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The 34th  Fighter Squadron
Flying the P-47 Thunderbolt
from IE Shima Island North West of Okinawa

Workers among the rubble in WW2 Ie Shima.

Workers cleaning up the rubble in WW2 Ie Shima
Scanned by C. Jeff Dyrek


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After the takeover of Ie Shima, the workers have to clean up the huge mess
made by the tremendous bombing.  Homes and stores were destroyed.  The main
attack was against military targets but everyone suffers.  WW2 was a war of
complete takeover, where later wars were more police actions with complete
different results where the battle continued the whole time.  Here they could
clean up and rebuild, but now it seems like destruction just continues,
and continues more and more.


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Aerial Photos,
of the island of Ie Shima.

These photos compare the runways of 1940's Ie Shima to the photos of Ie Shima today.  Ie Shima was the home to the 34th Fighter Squadron in World War 2.

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