Pictures of Camp Life on Guadalcanal

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Jap shower left by fleeing enemy when Marines landed on Guadalcanal Aug. 7, 1942, is used to good advantage now by Leathernecks. Soldiers enjoy the shower. Water is pumped into the large wooden container above and has an outlet in a tin bucket attached to a curved pipe. Flow of the water is regulated by a valve pipe. Original Jap markings can be seen on the front of the container. Guadalcanal - September 1943






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