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  • Subject is exactly "Landing Beaches"

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Contains the inset Vertical of Aertembaga superimposed for clarity

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Contains the inset map South coast of Samar at head of San Pedro Bay; from USC & GS chart 4423

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Hollandia (1938-39 3828-142) ; Humboldt Bay (1938-39 NY 3828-58, 59).

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21 November 1944 and 30 November 1944

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This summary covers beaches considered to be tactically important. For full description of coastlines, see section V-VI. Information common to all beaches, tidal range, approximately 5 ft. (higher high water height to lowest tide).Most distances and…

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This summary covers beaches considered to be tactically important. For description of coastline and other beaches see V-Vi - Anchorages and Desription of Coastline.

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This summary covers only those beaches which from a strategical viewpoint are considered as most important; Depths from USC & GS 4228, 4229, 4260

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This summary covers beaches considered tactically important. For full description of coastline see Section VI; Beach information mostly from USC and GS, some informants and photo coverage (pre-war)

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This summary covers beaches considered to be tactically important. For full description of coastlines, see section V-VI. On this sheet, beaches A to K. On reverse side of this sheet, beaches L to T. On the third sheet, beaches U to Z and Ax to Dz.…

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This summary covers beaches considered to be tactically important. For full description of coastline, see section VI. Information common to all beaches: tidal range, approximately 4ft (higher high water heights to lowest tide) All depths given at…

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This summary covers beaches considered to be tactically important. For full description of coastline, see Secs IV-VI. Beaches are numbered in conformity with the coastal sections in which they appear on Map 1

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Beaches no. 1-9 on facing sheet, beaches 10-17 on reverse of sheet

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Beach Numbers indicate sub-section in Sec V-VI, Part B; Beach information mostly from USC & GS charts

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Inset map 7A, showing a close up of the coastal strip

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(Ref sec V-VI para 8) this note relates to section V-VI, paragraph 8 of the handbook. Soundings in fathoms. From USC and GS chart 4255.

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(Ref sec V-VI para 4) this note relates to section V-VI, paragraph 4 of the handbook. Soundings in fathoms. From USC and GS chart 4214.

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15th September 1944. Based on Philippine Islands, Northern Luzon, First edition AMS 1.

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12th November 1944. From Philippine Is AMS S401

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1st June 1944. Reproduced by OCE - GHO. Numbers in circles refer to paras of "Coastline in Detail"

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Ref. Sec. V/VI para. 5; From surveys to 1933
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