Guam’s 75th Liberation day.

Happy 75th Liberation Day Guam.

Love – Hate experience

BIBA GUAM!

Tumon Bay, Guam

A little about Guam

This Island was owned by Spain, then ceded to United States, after the Spanish-American war on Dec. 10, 1898 and then was invaded by Japan, in World War II. Also, even if the war had ended a Japanese Sergeant, hid in a cave on the south side of Guam, till 1972 and was one of the last 3 to be captured after the war in 1945. His name was, Shoichi Yokoi.

Guam’s Liberation Day, is celebrated on July 21st, the same day it was retaken back in 1944, after over two years of Japanese occupation. They have the Naval base, the Anderson Air Force base, U.S. Coast Guard and many more military branches. If you were in the military or knows someone who is, you might of heard, stopped by, or even have been stationed there.

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