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Aftermath of a hurricane on Ie Shima, WW2.

the 34th fighter Squadron Yearbook  Page 50.
     34th Fighter Squadron Page 50
Sometimes Mother Nature can do more damage than the enemy.  Here are many pictures of the aftermath of a hurricane.  The hurricane damaged the buildings, tents, aircraft and just about everything.  This hurricane created a lot of work for the islanders and the WW2 soldiers on Ie Shima.  If it wasn't an air raid that required soldiers to hide, it was a hurricane.  The island of Ie Shima is just off the northwest corner of Okinawa.  It is a small island that has no mountains or any real natural protection which makes a hurricane even more deadly.
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