Okinawa

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Representatives at a negotiation session (ddr-densho-179-85)
img Representatives at a negotiation session (ddr-densho-179-85)
Representatives making preliminary negotiations for the surrender of the Ryukyus Islands to the Commanding General of the Tenth Army. Left to right: Lieutenant Colonel Nakamizo Takashi, who represented Japanese Army commander on Anami, Major General Toshisada Tokada; and Lieutenant Commander Tairo Sato who was a delegate of Rear Admiral Tadao Kato Japanese Naval Commander of Amami …
Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-188)
doc Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-188)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Okinawan civilians laying fishing nets (ddr-densho-179-128)
img Okinawan civilians laying fishing nets (ddr-densho-179-128)
These interned civilians are laying fishing nets to support food situation in camps.
Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-207)
doc Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-207)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Painting and calligraphy done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-180)
doc Painting and calligraphy done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-180)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-215)
doc Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-215)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Cave housing a gun position (ddr-densho-179-8)
img Cave housing a gun position (ddr-densho-179-8)
This cave, with its opening covered with camouflage netting, was discovered by advancing U.S. Army forces on Okinawa. It was still under construction, and apparently was built to house a gun position.
Typhoon damaged wharfs (ddr-densho-179-48)
img Typhoon damaged wharfs (ddr-densho-179-48)
Pontoon landing wharfs broken up and washed ashore at Purple Beach No. 2 during the typhoon that struck Okinawa on October 9, 1945.
Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-182)
doc Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-182)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-196)
doc Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-196)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Japanese soldier shot in an escape attempt (ddr-densho-179-161)
img Japanese soldier shot in an escape attempt (ddr-densho-179-161)
During an escape attempt, this Japanese soldier was shot by U.S. Marine patrol.
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