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English: Capture of Fort Riviere, Haiti, 1915, by Donna J. Neary; illustrations of three Medal of Honour recipients: (left to right) Sergeant Ross Iams, Major Smedley Butler, and Private Samuel Gross (USMC art collection).
Date 2006-05-20 (original upload date)
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