Orphaned children in Okinawa, Japan, during Battle of Okinawa of World War II. The U.S. troops advance through the roads of a rubbled village. Trees and damaged buildings along the sides of the road. A U.S. soldier, holding guns, walks along the side of a rubbled building and finds a small child. Two soldiers seated beside the child. One of the soldiers wipes the face of the child. The soldiers pick up the child and move towards the army jeep. The army jeep with soldiers and the child moves along the road. The jeep stops near a building. The soldier takes the child to the center for lost and orphaned children in Okinawa. The child is placed on a low table. A Red Cross worker and a man puts new clothes on the child and attends to the child. Views of other children in the center. The Red Cross worker feeds the child from a bowl. The workers at the center gives medical attention to a wounded child. A worker attends to a few days old baby. A child in the center looks on.
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