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National Museum of the Pacific War Adds New Gallery

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Originally published by World War II magazine. Published Online: February 05, 2010 
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This 40mm Bofors antiaircraft gun is typical of the defensive firepower Allied forces used at air bases throughout the Pacific.

The National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas, reopened on December 7, 2009, after a $15.5 million expansion. Take a look at the highlights of the museum's collection. (All photos courtesy of the National Museum of the Pacific War.)


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One Response to “National Museum of the Pacific War Adds New Gallery”


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    Patricia Gonzalez says:

    My Name is Patricia, I live in La Paz Mexico That's at the tip of the peninsula. I have had for more than 40 years an album from the pacific war with about 300 photographs from Nanyo, Heng Yang, Hanoi. Photos from some people named Mr. Groff-Smith and Mr. Durden and some officers. I was wandering if anyone has interest in having them and if they have any value. This album was given to me by my grandfather, but I don't recall who he got it from.



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