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Vicki Hill
Vicki Hill • 2 years ago

American Marine finds a mother and her four children hiding in a hillside cave, Saipan

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The hand of an US Marine was discreetly photographed as he lifted the barely living body a tiny infant from a hole. A group of native islanders had been hiding to escape the battle between the Americans and Japanese forces as they fought for control of Saipan.

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American GI watching starved, wounded man clean a small child after they emerged from caves to surrender to American troops after the defeat of the Japanese in the battle for control of Saipan. July 1944.

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Okinawa, May 1945 by Marine Corps Archives Special Collections, via Flickr. The caption on this photograph reads "My Buddy-A Marine comforts a brother Leatherneck who broke down and cried after witnessing the death of a buddy on an Okinawa hillside. These First Division Marines participated in the furious drive on Shuri Castle the enemy fortress two miles east of the capital city of Naha." From the Photograph Collection (COLL/3948), Marine Corps Archives Special Collections