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December 28, 1943
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Justin Taylan 2000

Wartime History
Part of a battery emplaced on the peninsula overlooking Sek Harbor at Alexishafen Catholic Mission at Alexishafen. Emplaced on the northern side of the peninsula.

On December 28, 1943 this gun battery was bombed by B-24 Liberators and the attack captured in before and after photographs.

Remains in situ to this day. The barrel pointed upward at a 45 degree angle.

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August 15, 2015


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Type 88


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