Here are the results. Most of you picked the winner, Mt. Surabachi - the highest point on the island of Iwo Jima.
Pork Chop Hill was an important site during the Korean War, and featured US Army troops.
Mt. Mazama is (was) a volcano in Oregon now known as Crater Lake, after blowing its top about 6,000 years ago in a tremendous explosion that still lives on in native American legend.
Bunker Hill, in Boston, was a key site during the Revolutionary War - though most of the battle between Colonists and Redcoats took place on nearby Breed's Hill.
Hiragana is a name of a kind of Japanese writing, and Krakatoa is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the South Pacific. While this area saw much action, not the smoldering summit of Krakatoa.
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