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July 21, 1944, when Americans hit the Guam beaches under heavy Japanese fire was only the beginning of a long, messy and bloody mop-up operation, which stateside media covered for weeks as thousands f...

July 19, 2018

The Fena Memorial Service was held at the Old Agat Cemetery Thursday. Attendees ranged from local survivors and their families, to military officials, and the Japanese Consulate of Guam. 

Governor Eddi...

Delegate Bordallo introduces "Occupation of Guam Remembrance Act"

Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo joined CNMI Delegate Gregorio 'Kilili' Camacho Sablan in leading events in Washi...

"In the shadow of Mount Alifan the American flag was raised over the rich red and black soil of Guam at 4 o'clock this afternoon after two and a half years of Japanese occupation. As the Stars and Str...

No big surprise. The isolationist Chicago Tribune simultaneously roots for success in the American war effort, while damning Presidents Roosevelt and Wilson for going to war.

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Very soon, B-29 bombers flying from Guam and Saipan to mainland Japan would become the critical face of the war in the Pacific, but for now, their raids on

Manchuria were big news.

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Another, major development in the Pacific war, starts to steal attention from the European front.

And of course the New York Times was plugging away although the Pacific fighting was once again playin...

The Guam and Tinian invasions stole the attention of the New York Times editors this day. As they observed on the front page, "Three Marianas Islands feel weight of our power." Mop up was proceeding o...

Without question there was a lot of fighting remaining on Guam, but Tinian, which had been 'softened up' by constant shelling from Saipan, was next in line for the American forces.

Meanwhile, the form...

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