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    Rare WWII Original Iwo Jima Landing Beach Diagram Marked "Secret". 18.25" x 9.75". Prepared by the Intelligence Section Amphibious Forces Pacific and A.C. of S. G-2 Fleet Marine Forces Pacific. The diagram is titled "Beach Diagram / Southwestern Beaches, Iwo Jima / Beach Information taken from Aerial Photographs / of 4 July 1944 / Appendix 7 to Annex B". The colored diagram features seven 500 yard-wide landing areas - Green 1, Red 1, Red 2, Yellow 1, Yellow 2, Blue 1 and Blue 2, and the specific attributes of each landing site. Mount Suribachi is labeled "Hot Rocks" on the diagram. A couple of cigarette burns, old fold creases and some chipping at the right edge, otherwise in excellent condition.

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    December, 2014
    12th Friday
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