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Title of the item:

'TEN LITTLE TANKS SPITTING DEATH'. (cover story)

Title :
'TEN LITTLE TANKS SPITTING DEATH'. (cover story)
Authors :
Caldwell, Donald L.
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Subjects :
GENTRY, William
TANKS
CAMOUFLAGE (Military science)
INFANTRY
Source :
World War II. Oct2020, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p28-37. 10p. 2 Color Photographs, 11 Black and White Photographs, 2 Maps.
Geographic Terms :
PHILIPPINES
Periodical
The article examines that the Lieutenant William H. Gentry checked the placement and camouflage of his platoon's five M3 light tanks. Topics include examines that he had positioned them beneath a handful of stilted huts in a village on Luzon, the largest of the Philippine islands; and examines that Japanese infantrymen had forded a wide river just north of him and were making their way relentlessly southward.
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