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Okinawan burial tomb (ddr-densho-179-42)
img Okinawan burial tomb (ddr-densho-179-42)
Sgt. Bob Oda and Sgt. Akira Nakamura spent one night in this family burial tomb during Oct. 9, 1945 Okinawa typhoon.
Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-194)
doc Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-194)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Nisei soldier wearing a Japanese military uniform (ddr-densho-179-99)
img Nisei soldier wearing a Japanese military uniform (ddr-densho-179-99)
Sgt. Akira Nakamura wearing the uniform of a Japanese soldier with rifle.
Calligraphy done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-181)
doc Calligraphy done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-181)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Hino Kuno no Haka monumental stone (ddr-densho-179-175)
img Hino Kuno no Haka monumental stone (ddr-densho-179-175)
"Hino Kuno no Haka" monumental stone with engraved names of Japanese soldiers who died during the Okinawa battle. These names are from Kumamoto Prefecture soldiers.
Okinawans returning from fields (ddr-densho-179-127)
img Okinawans returning from fields (ddr-densho-179-127)
Some are carrying sweet potatoes, others carrying clothes and kettles recovered from their caves.
Japanese military representatives at Peace Treaty Conference (ddr-densho-179-52)
img Japanese military representatives at Peace Treaty Conference (ddr-densho-179-52)
Lt. Comm. Sato, Lt. Col. Nakamizo, Japanese army and navy representatives from Amami gunto for Peace Treaty Conference.
Calligraphy done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-198)
doc Calligraphy done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-198)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Okinawan civilians (ddr-densho-179-157)
img Okinawan civilians (ddr-densho-179-157)
A group of Okinawans marching out to the fields to haul in the day's provisions.
Japanese suicide plane (ddr-densho-179-155)
img Japanese suicide plane (ddr-densho-179-155)
This plane was called a Boka Bomb, or a one man suicide bomb.
Calligraphy done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-190)
doc Calligraphy done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-190)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
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