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Just one month before being killed by a burst of machine gun fire on a small island off Okinawa, famed war correspondent Ernie Pyle enjoys a happy moment with local children.
Native woman being brought i from hills, where she was hiding from the Japs, to an American hospital for treatment, she is suffering from malnutrition.
Line of Chamorros at Labor Office of Marine Civil Affairs hut. [See "more images" below for complete caption]
After the Americans recaptured the island, a Pharmacists Mate treats the infected hand of a young Chamorro girl in a Navy dispensary constructed of local material
One of the first Chamorros to get a glimpe of his homeland since the Japanese occupied Guam is F.C. Mesa, STic [sic], USN, who flew as an observer in a dive-bombing attack on the island early in July. [See "more images" below for complete caption]
Native nurses (chamorros [sic]) and Japanese medical staff at Agana, Guam. [See "more images" below for complete caption]
Liberation day dance give by Guamanians for members of the armed forces [See "more images" below for complete caption]