US soldiers moving the wounded. Battle of Attu, Alaska.
A US Army mortar team dug in on Chicago Ridge on Attu, during the recapture of the Aleutian Islands/May 1943
American troops sending supplies to the front lines during the battle for Attu Island, May 1943. Even where the terrain was flat, the soggy tundra could not support heavy vehicles.
World War II: Rare Photos From the Aleutian Islands Campaign - LIFE
“INP Soundphoto. Some of 8,000 Japs who died on Kwajalein – Namur Island, Kwajalein Atoll…. Dramatic picture made after the fighting had ceased on Namur Island, showing hundreds of dead Japs littering the sandy ground near their blasted pillbox, while US Marines move up to the firing line in the background. 2-2-1944
[Photo] Louisville steamed out of Kulak Bay, Adak, Aleutian Islands, bound for operations against Attu, 25 Apr 1943; note Sweepers Cove in background
Louisville steamed out of Kulak Bay, Adak, Aleutian Islands, bound for operations against Attu, 25 Apr 1943.
American soldiers firing on the island of Papua, New Guinea
Aleutian Islands in Alaska during World War II. - "Attu -- Guns in hand, a mop-up squad moves in to clean up this Jap gun emplacement on the west arm of Holtz Bay. The two Japs who held the position refused
Photos: The Pacific and Adjacent Theaters in WWII
June 23, 1943: U.S. Army reinforcements land on a beach in Attu, Alaska on during World War II. U.S. troops invaded Attu on May 11 to expel the Japanese from the Aleutians. (AP Photo)
Troops are carted by tractor to the movies from an isolated camp in Massacre Vally, Attu Island, Aleutian Campaign, Alaska, 1943. Dmitri Kessel—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images