Cathegory:Guam - Wikipedia
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Japanes squatting of Guam - Wikipedia
Guam's Guam ian invasion was the time in Guam's 1941-1944 story when Guam was invaded by emperor troops from Japan during the Second World War. Chamorros were compelled during the occupying era to bear the hardship of the army's crew, which they were largely regarded as a minor matter.
During the first four month, the archipelago was inspected by military forces living in Agana' s school and administration complex. It was Chamorros who had to practice the traditional bow, the JPY became the official money of the country, and civil matters were settled by a part of the military, the Minesisho.
Coaches, radio and camera equipment were seized and groceries rations were carried out until stocks were used up. In March 1942, emperor Navy took command of the isle. Allowance was given to participate in various charity events such as political events, festivals, Japanese films and sporting events. After the reopening of the school, Chamorros had to study the traditional ways of the people.
Grown-ups and kids learned to read, write, maths and play and sing Japan. After an imminent US incursion, the Jap onese army came back to Guam and brought with it a new, more severe type of government - the kai-contai. Socially active groups were shut down, and Chamorro men, wives and kids over 12 years of age have been compelled to work long working days in the field, fix or construct runways and defenses, and excavate several hundred caves in Japan, many of which are within the confines of the war in the Pacific National Historical Park on Guam.
If they had not been agitated, many Chamorros would have been murdered by the US mis-allocation of bombings and the crossfire in Japan. The Americans arrived on both sides of the Orote on 21 July. The Americans tried to take off from the airport on the west side of Guam. Japan ordnance dropped 20 livestock units, but at 09:00 hrs tank was on land on both of them.
The Americans had built bridgeheads about 2,000 metres in depth by dark. In the first few raids, mostly at midnight, they were carried out using invasion techniques. The supply of the Americans was very hard in the first few races of the war. Backfire around the US bridgeheads had worn out the Japanes.
In early August they ran out of ammo and they had only a few shells. Soon after Obata retired his forces from southern Guam and planned to compete in the middle part of the isle. However, because of US controls over the ocean and the Guam area, he could only have hoped to postpone the unavoidable loss by a few extra workdays.
The Americans were hampered by heavy rains and dense jungles, but after an operation on Mount Barrigada from August 2 to August 4, the line of Japan broke down and the remainder of the fight was a chase to the northeast. Like in other Pacific war fights, the Japs declined to give themselves up and almost all were murdered.
The last remaining Guamese army was beaten by the US Armed Services on August 10, 1944 and the crew was terminated. Guam is celebrating an annual liberation anniversary on 21 July as a consequence of the end of the Israeli invasion. There is also a parade on December 8th to commemorate the anniversary of the Japonese war.