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|Campaign and Dates
||Campaign and Dates
||Eastern New Guinea operation
Lae occupation, 4 to 5 September 1943
Finschhafen occupation, 22 to 23 September 1943
Saidor occupation, 2 to 3 January 1944
Leyte landings, 13 to 27 October 1944
|Bismarck Archipelago operation
Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 26 to 28 December 1943, 9 to 12 January and 5 to 9 February 1944
Admiralty Islands landings, 11 to 15 March 1944
Lingayen Gulf landings, 4 to 15 January 1945
|Hollandia operation, 21 to 25 April, 27 April to 3 May and 9 to 16 May 1944
Balikpapan operation, 26 June to 4 July 1945
|Western New Guinea operation
Biak Islands operation, 27 to 29 May and 31 May to 4 June 1944
Cape Sansapor operation, 30 July, 4 August, 6 to 12 and 22 to 28 August 1944
Morotai landing, 15 September 1944
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|59k||Part of the 9th Australian Division, under the command of Major-General G.F. Wooten landing at Lae, New Guinea, 4 September 1943.
USS LST-452 and other LSTs are unloading troops and equipment.
Australian War Museum, Photo No. 042365
|971k||US Army troops move stores ashore from USS LST-452 while beached during landing operations east of Lae, New Guinea., 9 September 1943.
US National Archives photo # III-SC 186001, Box 199, a US Army Signal Corps. photo now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|107k||USS LST-452 heads into the beach with a full deck load for the invasion of Cape Gloucester, New Britain.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-44466
|46k||USS LST-452 beached, date and place unknown.||Scott Molski|
|2248k||Six LSTs including USS LST-221, USS LST-456 and USS LST-452 loading men and equipment during a practice landing near Lae, New Guinea, 10 April 1944.
US Army Signal Corps photo # SWPA-C-44-12328 by Cpl. Claude Carnay.
|46k||USS LST-452 along with two unidentified LSTs beached during the capture of Wakke, Biak Island Operations, Western New Guinea, 27 May 1944.
Note Japanese bomber shot down within 20 yards of landing area while attempting a suicide dive on LST's. Photo by Jim Fitzpatrick.
|Submitted by Adrain K. 'for educational purposes'
Source-"Pictorial History of Australia at War 39-45",
5 Volumes. 1959
|92k||US Army tanks deploy across an invasion beach as USS LST-171 and USS LST-452 unload their cargos, date and location unknown.
World War II press photo.
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