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Umm.....

April 27 2004 at 2:55 PM
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Response to Sand of Juno beach

I believe it was the Japanese who defended Iwo Jima!! Anyway, I believe the sand was black....being volcanic in nature.

 
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  1. Juno beach in Normandy, where Canadians landed June 6th 1944 n/t - Francois Gousse on Apr 27, 3:11 PM
    1. That's what was written!!!!! - Mark Burks on Apr 28, 3:01 PM
    2. Maybe you should consider modeling a fjord? - Tom Sime on May 6, 7:25 PM
     


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