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Map of Japanese Attack on Burauen Airfields on December 6, 1944
The map shows the disposition of U. S. forces, less service troops on the night of December 5-6, 1944 in eastern Leyte including Buri, Burauen (Burouen, Burauen), Bayug Airfield, Buri Airfield with parachute icon indicating Japanese airborne landing and San Pablo Airfield with parachute icon indicating Japanese airborne landing, San Pablo, Julita, Daguitan River and Marabong. The two gray arrows at the left indicate the axis of Japanese overland attack from the hills to the west by elements of the 16th Division at 6:30am and elements of 26th Division during the night of December 10-11, 1944. The black arrow indicating the advance of U. S. Army reinforcements to the area. At the upper left is a black arrow indicating the advance of the 382nd Infantry Regiment during December 6-7, 1944.
Credit: U. S. Army Date: December 6, 1944
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