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1 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor Office of War Information. Enemy Ears Are Listening. Illus. by Ralph Illigan. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, (OWI Poster No.5). (PR :5; Poster, 14” x 26”). U.S. War Department Public Relations Bureau. We’ll Lick’em, Just Give Us The Metal! Illus. by Ronald McLeod. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Government Printing Office, (Army Official Poster). (W 107.8: M 56/3; Poster; 40” x 29”). U.S. Wartime Posters

2 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor U.S. Treasury Department. War Finance Division. Next! Japan, 6 th War Loan. Illus. by Bingham. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, (WFD 958-A). (T 66.8: W 19/15; Poster 28” x 20”). A U.S. war loan poster

3 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection U.S. Navy Department. Marine Corps. Land with the U.S. Marines: Apply or Write, to Nearest Recruiting Station. Illus. by Vic Guinness. Philadelphia: McCandlish Litho Corporation, (Poster, 40” x 28”) Lindberg’s enlistment

4 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection Training for the invasion of Iwo Jima

5 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor George W. Garand & Truman R. Strobridge. Western Pacific Operations: History of the U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II Vol. IV (Washington D.C. Historical Division HQ, U.S. Marine Corps, 1971)

6 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor George W. Garand & Truman R. Strobridge Western Pacific Operations: History of the U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II Vol. IV (Washington D.C. Historical Division HQ, U.S. Marine Corps, 1971) From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection The amphibious landing

7 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor Destroyed amtracs and other vehicles, victims of Japanese mortar and artillery fire, litter the black sand beaches of Iwo Jima. National Archives and Records Administration PhoM3c. Robert M. Warren, ca. February/March G-4474

8 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor George W. Garand & Truman R. Strobridge Western Pacific Operations: History of the U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II Vol. IV (Washington D.C. Historical Division HQ, U.S. Marine Corps, 1971) From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection Iwo Jima’s terrain

9 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection United States Army In World War II: Pictorial Record the War Against Japan. Ed. Kent Roberts Greenfield. (Washington D.C.: Center of Military History U.S. Army, 2001) The lack of sleep Marines suffered

10 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor United States Army In World War II: Pictorial Record the War Against Japan. Ed. Kent Roberts Greenfield. (Washington D.C.: Center of Military History U.S. Army, 2001)

11 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection A bunker assault

12 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection One of Lindberg’s bunker assaults

13 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor "Marines of the 5th Division inch their way up a slope on Red Beach No. 1 toward Surbachi Yama as the smoke of the battle drifts about them." Dreyfuss, Iwo Jima, National Archives and Records Administration February 19, N

14 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection The Japanese resistance

15 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor United States Army In World War II: Pictorial Record the War Against Japan. Ed. Kent Roberts Greenfield. (Washington D.C.: Center of Military History U.S. Army, 2001) Japanese deception efforts

16 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection The first flag raising on Mount Suribachi

17 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection The first flag raising on Mount Suribachi

18 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection Sergeant Louis R Lowery’s picture of the first flag raising on Mt. Suribachi, the 54in. by 28in. flag was thought too small to be seen from the beach and was replaced by a larger flag. The second flag raising was captured by Associated Press photographer, Joe Rosenthal. His photograph would become one of the war’s most iconic images.

19 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor "Flag raising on Iwo Jima." Joe Rosenthal, Associated Press, National Archives and Records Administration, February 23, G

20 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor U.S. Treasury Department. War Finance Division. 7 th War Loan, Now, All Together. Illus. by C.C. Beall. Washington, D.C.: U. S. Government Printing Office, (WFD 11). (T 66.8: W 19/26; Poster; 13” x 9”).

21 University of North Texas Libraries Primary Source Adventures: Iwo Jima: Forgotten Valor From Charles W. Lindberg, Oral History Collection Lindberg’s combat wound


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