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The Battle for Guam - DVD

Campbell Films

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Situated in the western Pacific, Guam was given to the United States in 1898 following the Spanish-American War, only to be occupied by the Japanese for two-and-a-half years during World War II. Featuring vintage newsreels and rare classic footage, this multi-film program examines the island's strategic importance during the war, captures the Seabees' building B-29 runways, and offers a personal perspective from a U.S. Navy sailor trapped for thirty months during Japanese occupation. B&W. 1 hr. 45 min.


-The Mariana Turkey Shoot

-Return to Guam

-Attack on Guam

-USN 957th Day

-Seabees on Guam

-Marianas Newsreels