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US troops burn enemy hideouts using flamethrowers on Iwo Jima.
Shows American attack on Iwo Jima. American troops fire at Japanese soldiers hidden under trenches, caves and pillboxes. US troops burnout enemy hideouts using flamethrowers. Burnt bodies of Japanese soldiers in trenches. Troops pray. Destroyed vessels and crafts. Helmets of the dead soldiers are stacked. US aircraft takes off from an airstrip on Iwo Jima. Aircraft in formation at a high altitude. Location: Iwo Jima. Date: February 1945.
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