U.S. 1st Marine Division leads a group of natives and a marine throws a grenade in a cave in Okinawa, Japan.
Okinawa Ryukyu Islands Date:1945, April 4 Duration:3 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of natives and U.S. 1st Marine Division in Okinawa, Japan on the L+3 Day during the Battle of Okinawa of World War II An aged Okinawan sitting outside a shack. A group of Okinawan natives. U.S. 1st Marine Division personnel move into a barbed wire perimeter. Huts in an area. A marine leads a group of natives. The Okinawans being led into fields. A 105mm howitzer in the background. The marine and the natives walk. An LVT (Landing Vehicle Tracked). Marines and natives move past silhouette against the sky. Okinawan natives proceed on a road. A prisoner with hands in air. The marine and the group of natives, mostly women, walk on the road. The marine throws a grenade in a cave.
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