U.S. Ships Pound Japanese Bunker During WWII

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Surviving Japanese troops are holed up in a fortified position on the southern cliffs of Tinian. Aware of the dangers they pose, U.S. navy ships pound them with 615 tons of explosives.

From the Series: The Pacific War in Color: Striking Distance http://bit.ly/2NLTs65

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