WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. This film contains images of war atrocities and may not be suitable for viewers of all ages.
This 1944 film, RETURN TO GUAM, was produced by the U.S. Navy about the taking and recapture of the island of Guam. The film also shows the history of U.S. involvement in Guam, including the participation of native Chamorros in the Navy and in defense of the island. Aside from showing the invasion and recapture of Guam, the film shows the horrific massacre of the Chamorros conducted by the Japanese -- with many of them executed by firing squad and their bodies desecrated by the occupiers.
The film begins with the rescue of George Tweed, the only survivor of the original U.S. garrison of Guam. Tweed was discovered when a convoy of American ships neared the island and saw lights flashing from the island in Morse code "information". Tweed relates his harrowing story of how he survived in the bush for 31 months with the help of the natives, Chamorros.
The narrator then explains that the island of Guam means much to the people of America, none more so than the Chamorros sailors on the convoy. The film, through the voice of a Chamoro, relates how good life was on the island, how the US had opened schools and clinics for the natives, and trained them for self-government.
Then, on 11 December 1941, the island is assaulted by a huge force of Japanese planes and ships. The outnumbered garrison of about 500 men defends the island, but to little avail, and contact is lost with the mainland within hours. The American people and Chamorro diaspora don't know what happened to the friends and relatives on the island.
So the long process of industrial rearmament and "island hopping" begins with each element being scorned by a "Japanese" man with a radio speaker in silhouette behind a curtain. And then the island is taken. Surprisingly little is actually shown of the battle, but Tweed is shown talking to some of his superiors about the experience of the Chamorros on the island, the brutality and torture that the Japanese inflicted on them, and several photographs of Chamorro severed heads are shown, with the narrator explaining why each was decapitated.
The Second Battle of Guam (21 July – 10 August 1944) was the American capture of the Japanese-held island of Guam, a United States territory (in the Mariana Islands) during the Pacific campaign of World War II. After the battle, Guam was turned into a base for Allied operations. Five large airfields were built by the Seabees, and B-29 bombers flew from Northwest Field and North Field on the island to attack targets in the Western Pacific and on mainland Japan.
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A young Japanese solider is seen waving his rifle in the air while a baby hangs lifeless upside down as the bayonet end of the rifle is pierced through the baby's chest, the soldier's facial expression appears neutral.
The picture from video. Rape of Nanking
The genocide and Holocausts have been caused by just a small handful of elite groups in the world and Europe. It is worth remembering that Holocausts occur all over the world and to create a balance here, we have a list of Holocausts which have occurred in other parts of the world which are completely unrelated to Europeans. You will not see these mass genocides on your Globalist controlled media sources, but these atrocities have occurred throughout history caused by Africans, Asians, and Muslims.
This Mongol destroyer set in motion the conquest of a quarter of the world's population with a body count in the millions. Genghis Khan (/ˈɡɛŋɡɪs ˈkɑːn/ or /.
The globalist controlled media is always talking about the gassing of the six million Jews, but rarely or never talks about the millions of gentile Europeans that was killed during the war. They also rarely or never talk about the horrific genocide practiced by the Japanese against their enemies. Adolf Hitler's Germany was not brutal like the Japanese. Many Japanese soldiers gave no mercy to Europeans, Chinese, South East Asians, and many others. Many Japanese had no remorse when cutting head off with a sword or putting their rifle bayonet into live person.
Going back in history the Japanese had already made the plans to attack the United States, as the official plans were in fact made in August 15th 1907. The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor 7:48 am (Hawaii Time (18:18 GMT) on December 7, 1941
The Japanese called a Chinese person a "colo" a small stone. Many Chinese were kicked because of this.
The Japanese emperor was involved in promoting the war, he wasn't prosecuted after the war.
To be fair though I believe that the 2 atomic bombs should have been aimed at more military targets like the Japanese fleet, I also think that the atomic bombings of Hiroshima was necessary to get Japan to surrender. Had the invasion did happen (as opposed to the bombing of Hiroshima) millions of Japanese troops, Japanese civilians and Americans alike would have died hence the atomic bombing of Hiroshima was necessary. I'm Filipino and also remember the Japanese killed many in Nanking & Manila.
Not true. The Japanese killed American civilians too at Pearl Harbor. Also, they slaughtered over 100,000 people just for the fun of it in Nanjing. With out the bombs the war would have kept going. The Japanese war council was split even after the 2 bombs. The generals wanted to fight to the death. And they thought we had over atomic 100 bombs. There was even an attempted coup by a Japanese Major to keep fighting.
The two Japanese soldiers shown in the picture standing proud with their swords as they advertise for a competition of mass killings, the game was who can kill 100 people with a sword in a certain amount of time, after the war this advertisement got them convicted and they were both executed.
Japanese members of the Unit 731 Practice and experimented on live prisoners.
Many prisoners developed large sores, a variety of diseases and died from a number of horrific deaths.
The Japanese gave no mercy to the Chinese people and prisoners of war. Prisoners of these camps got little to no food and were no more than skin and bones as you can see in the picture above. Many surviving prisons said during their intense labor; if you fell to the ground from exhaustion you would be either clubbed or Bayoneted to death.
Above you can notice the Japanese solider just finished cutting off a man's head while on he's knees.
You can see the horrific image of a mother and her child having a sword cutting their head off in a single blow.
Japanese use live prisoners for bayonet practice.
Many Japanese soldiers appeared to get a great enjoyment cutting people's heads off as seen in the pictures
A pile of lifeless bodies lay dead as Japanese solider smiles to the camera while holding a victim's head that was likely to be chopped off with a sword he's holding.
In 1972 my great uncle sat down and wrote an 80 pg. handwritten personal history of his time in World War II as a prisoner of war of the Japanese. From May of 1942 until August 15th of 1945, 1200 days as a POW, he survived one day at a time.
The Japanese public during WW2 were told by their govt. they had won at Midway, Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima, every battle, they were told they won. They created their own hell. The Japs, Upon retreating in Manila, killed 100,000 filipinos, men women and children as they were beaten out of the country.
I'm sick and tired of the constant reminding of the Jewish Holocaust, when the truth is that our own people were treated equally as badly by the Japanese. We don't have a special day that is remembered worldwide, or museums testifying to the illtreatment of our troops.
“Prisoners Of The Japanese” by Gavan Daws. American civilian contractors captured on Wake Island by the Japanese military. This book details prison life under the savagely brutal Japanese and Korean guards during WWII. Many American do not realize the extent the Koreans played in the brutal and savage treatment POW’s in the Pacific endured at their hands. The Germans were monks compared to these twisted primates.
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