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July 20, 2019

While Guam may definitely be unrecognizably different today, there is one thing Raymond Faulkner, of Scottsdale, AZ., believed may still be recognizable.

"The red beach!" said the purple heart and bron...

July 20, 2019

Speaker Tina Muna Barnes Bill 181-35 that would create a local fund for Guam’s WWII survivors’ war reparations.

The bil, co-authored by Minority Leader Will Castro and Sen. Amanda Shelton, was introduc...

July 10, 2019

In front of the near-capacity crowd at the University of Guam’s Lecture Hall, three men sat on the panel, each representing a distinct generation that brought distinct experiences: one from the WWII e...

May 7, 2019

 The late Regina Manibusan Reyes told of being raped when she was six months pregnant after  she had snuck back down from her in-laws’ ranch in Agana Heights to her home in Hagåtna to get clothes for...

Hafa Adai my fellow Guamanians!

For 74 years we have enjoyed peace on Guam. Many of us don’t know and hopefully will never know the horrors of living through war – but on Liberation Day we honor our...

May 13, 2018

As Guam buildup revs up, the former Sumay Village offers a look at island’s past military-civilian relationship

What’s left of the once flourishing and prosperous Guam village of Sumay is behind the we...

Mop-up fighting and pursuit of Japanese stragglers was continuing on Guam August 11, 1944, as Admiral Nimitz announced that the Navy had 'rescued' radioman George Tweed, the last and most famous survi...

During World War II, the Germans first bombed London (1940-41), in what came to the known as the London Blitz, short for blitzkrieg in German. By this time in 1944, the weapon of choice was the Fiesel...

"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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