World War I, American marines in The Battle of Belleau Wood, Frances, 1918

World War I, American Marines In The Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Becoming Devil Dogs: Battle of Belleau Wood: Battle of Belleau Wood

Becoming Devil Dogs: Battle of Belleau Wood

The Battle of Belleau Woods, June 1, 1918; One of the great battles in Marine lore, it was here that the Marines earned the nickname the Devil Dogs.

The Battle of Belleau Woods, June One of the great battles in Marine lore, it was here that the Marines earned the nickname the Devil Dogs.

USS Belleau Wood battle of Leyte gulf.

USS Belleau Wood (CVL burning aft after she was hit by a Kamikaze, while operating off the Philippines on 30 October USS Franklin (CV also hit during this Kamikaze attack, is afire in the distance.

Tarawa class USS Belleau Wood (LHA-3)

USS Belleau Wood prepares to receive a Marine landing craft

A German trench mortar–Minnenwerfer–captured at the Battle of Belleau Wood by the US Marines 2nd Battalion, 5th Regiment under the command of Col. Frederic M. Wise.

American Marines posing with a German minenwerfer captured during the Battle of Belleau Wood, 1918

Map showing location of the Battle of Belleau Wood 1918

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First Sergeant Dan Daly, 73rd Machine Gun Company, 3rd Battalion, 6th Marines at the Battle of Belleau Wood, Chateau Thierry, France 1918. Dual Medal of Honor recipient, Navy Cross, Distinguished Service Cross. Famous for having supposedly made the statement "Come on, you sons of bitches, do you want to live forever?" during the Battle of Belleau Wood to motivate his men to fight.

First Sergeant Dan Daly, 73rd Machine Gun Company, 3rd Battalion, 6th Marines at the Battle of Belleau Wood, Chateau Thierry, France 1918. Dual Medal of Honor recipient, Navy Cross, Distinguished Service Cross. Famous for having supposedly made the statement "Come on, you sons of bitches, do you want to live forever?" during the Battle of Belleau Wood to motivate his men to fight.

WW1 June 1918 U.S. Marines in action at the Battle of Belleau Wood ...

WW1 June 1918 U.S. Marines in action at the Battle of Belleau Wood, painting by Tom Lovell.

June 1918 U. Marines in action at the Battle of Belleau Wood, painting by Tom Lovell.

List of United States Marine Corps acronyms and expressions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

German nickname for U. Devil dog recruiting station :: Posters from the First World War,

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