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Estuarine Ecology Trip and Return to Okinawa Sammy + Charlotte Ray March – April, 1983 Selected Photos People to People – China
Shanghai Airport, port of entry
Street scenes, bicycles at 6:30 am, Peking
Temple of Heaven, Peking
Summer Palace, Jade Pagoda in background, Peking
Summer Palace and Jade Pagoda near where Sammy bivouacked in 1945
Charlotte on Great Wall of China
Great Wall of China
Statue of Ting Ling at the Ming Tombs
Aerial view of harbor and Airport in Naha, Okinawa
Aerial view of Naha, Okinawa
Street Scene in Naha, Okinawa
Tombs and storage tank at rear of Okinawa Hilton
Beach where Sammy landed on April 1 st 1945, Okinawa
Shuri Castle gate, Okinawa
Shuri Castle wall, Okinawa
Shuri Castle pond, Okinawa
Pill box on grounds of Shuri Castle
Memorial Shaft to Japanese that died in underground headquarters
Monument to 4,000 officers and men who committed suicide in naval underground head quarters
Plaque showing scars from hand grenade fragment when men committed suicide.
Map of battle lines, Okinawa
Map of battle line, Okinawa
Shrine holding original Shuri Bell
Peace Monument, Okinawa
Bell for peace, Okinawa
Memorial to Japanese killed in Okinawa battle
Point where two generals committed suicide as American approached to within 10 m
Pavilion dedicated to Okinawan war dead, I E Shima in background
Dam, Northern Okinawa
Sheer cliff where Okinawan women and children leap to their deaths to escape American Soldiers
Shrimp farm, Okinawa
Floating pearl oyster and scallop hatchery
Fuel storage tank at Kaden air base
U.S. Land craft used as ferry from Nago to Seirok Island
Eel farm, Okinawa
Limestone (coral) mining area Motobu peninsula
Pineapple field in Northern Okinawa
Flightless rails, Okinawa
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