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Honor our US Marine Corps heroes today in this Iwo Jima picture of the American Iwo Jima flag raising. Great for Memorial Day, Flag Day, July 4th, and Veterans Day!
It represents the Battle of Iwo Jima monument where the United States Marines in the statue are raising the American flag over Iwo Jima Island as the battle is being won.
Remember and commemorate the battle with this American flag coloring page.
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See the story and an original Iwo Jima photo by Joe Rosenthal at Wikipedia.
Iwo Jima Picture Flag Coloring Page for patriotic holidays like
Iwo Jima History: Iwo Jima Battle was fought on the Japanese island in World War 2 from February 19 to March 26, 1945 on Iwo Jima Island on top of Mount Suribachi.
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Since the American flag in the picture is red, white and blue teach kids to use red for the first and last stripes, every second stripe, and leave the alternating in between stripes white.
The field around the stars can be dark blue while leaving the stars white.
The Marines' uniforms and helmets can be colored green or some gray green color mix. The ground can be green and brown like the grass and dirt on Mt. Suribachi.
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