Based on the letters of Earl Philip Reinhalter (1922-1953). Edited by his son, Earl Philip Reinhalter (1950-).
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A wrecked U.S. plane in the Philippines. Looks like it managed to land okay. Maybe it was destroyed on the ground?
Some U.S. soldiers with a captured Jap flag in Leyte, Philippines. Earl is second from the left.
A latrine in Leyte, Philippines.
Earl at Leyte, Philippines, 1944.
A river and trees in Australia, 1943.
According to the notation on the rear of the photo print, this is a nurse at Saidor, a village in New Guinea.
He also describes her in his 9/11/1945 letter as "a nurse that I knew while stationed at Saidor, New Guinea."
According to his 9/10/1945 letter, he was stationed in Saidor in 1944. So the photo album caption is incorrect.
She appears to be holding a kitten.
A soldier sitting on boat on a beach, either on the coast or riverside.
Jungles of New Guinea.
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