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David Douglas Duncan, [Veteran Marines] charged right toward the enemy guns without even a downward glance as they sloshed over the body [of an enemy] below. [Korea], 1950, September, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin, © David Douglas Duncan, Harry Ransom Research Center - The University of Texas, LL/7890
 
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