Radioman George Ray Tweed speaks about suffering inflicted by Japanese on Chamorros natives in Guam.
Guam Date:1945 Duration:2 min 36 sec Sound:Yes
Chamorros in Guam during the Battle of Guam. U.S. soldiers pass along streets of Guam. M-tanks are transported, ships in the background. Interior of office: George Ray Tweed, Chief radiomen on Guam who, with the help of locals hid out for the duration of the Japanese occupation, talks about violence that Japanese inflicted on Chamorro natives. He shows hideouts, from where soldiers fought. He talks to an officer. Chamorro natives pray for dead. Dead bodies with cut heads. Dead soldiers lying on ground showing brutality. Chamorro natives get food, medical care and infant care.
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