Okinawa campaign

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a campaign in the closing days of World War II in the Pacific (April to June 1945)

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That deep-rooted sense of openness can be seen in the Ryukyu kingdom's main bastion for 450 years, Shurijo (or Shuri) Castle, which fell to ruins in the Battle of Okinawa but was fully restored in the 1990s and became a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2000.
In the aftermath of the Battle of Okinawa in 1945, a group of US Marines found the statue in a well and turned it over to their commanding officer.
Onaga, who won election late last year on his opposition to the base move, told the gathering commemorating the end of the Battle of Okinawa that claimed roughly 200,000 lives -- US and Japanese soldiers and civilians -- that the opinion of Okinawans about the new base was clear.
Ahead of the speech, he visited a cenotaph in the city of Itoman, the site of the final stage of the Battle of Okinawa in which over 200,000 people died, to offer a silent prayer.
It took part in the Battle of Okinawa, the largest amphibious assault in the Pacific War on the island of Okinawa off the south coast of Japan.
Prime Minister Naoto Kan will travel to Okinawa on Thursday to attend a ceremony marking the 66th anniversary of the end of the World War II Battle of Okinawa.
Actor and adventurer Charley Boorman, left, concludes his journey in Japan, where he learns more about the Battle of Okinawa, visits Hiroshima and explores Mount Fuji.
9pm) The adventurer concludes his journey, where he heads straight for the Naha Navy base to learn more about the Battle of Okinawa.
00pm) The adventurer concludes his journey in Japan, where he heads straight for the Naha Navy base to learn more about the Battle of Okinawa.
Sloan tells the history of the battle of Okinawa in exhilarating style, providing enough historical detail to adequately illustrate the political-military context of the campaign while reserving his primary emphasis for the personal stories of participants themselves, often in their own words.
Mamoru Fujisaki, Japan Ground Self Defense Force, 1st Combined Brigade commanding general, during an office call following a Battle of Okinawa Professional Development recently.
Support also comes from the recently opened Tsushima Maru Museum, dedicated to children lost in the sinking of a ship that was taking them away from the battle of Okinawa.
Discussing Japanese suicide attacks at the battle of Okinawa, Hanson deftly links that desperate kamikaze struggle with the ensuing 60 years.
The Japanese lost about 200,000 soldiers and civilians in the Battle of Okinawa and 22,000 soldiers in the Battle of Iwo Jima in 1945.
The prefectural railway was destroyed during the Battle of Okinawa in the closing days of the war.