Based on the letters of Earl Philip Reinhalter (1922-1953). Edited by his son, Earl Philip Reinhalter (1950-).
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A temporary camp, third day in the Philippines - Leyte, October 1944.
A Catholic church in Leyte, Philippines, built in 1704 by the Spanish.
There are other photos of this church on page 50 and page 91.
Flood scene in Leyte, Philippines, after four days of rain. Notice the guys rowing on top of two empty airplane gas tanks.
Outrigger boats on a river in Leyte, Philippines.
Another view of the flood scene in Leyte, Philippines, after four days of rain, and the guys
rowing on top of two empty airplane gas tanks. The building on the right is the mess hall.
An officer of 3rd Airdrome Squadron, standing at the unit's welcome sign in Leyte, Philippines.
The latrine at Leyte, Philippines, in Fall 1944. The mess hall is in the background. The latrine was
jokingly referred to as "Fort Pollock," in honor of the squadron's doctor, Captain R.W. Pollock.
A lake or flooded area in the Philippines.
Tents at a campsite in the Philippines.
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