Saturday, January 26, 2008

Saipan -- Open Gate Chalan Canoa





The native people on Saipan had a fence to keep the Japanese that remained on the island separate. These pictures were kind of a celebration to open the gates. A lot of servicemen came to take pictures. My memory on the details of this are a little sketchy. If anyone can fill me in or correct my memory on this, I would appreciate it.

2 comments:

EW Johnson said...

Hi Al,
There were two camps in Saipan. On July 4, 1947 the gates were open for good. This day was called Saipan's Liberation Day, which is still a celebrated Saipan holiday today. You can see my research here:
http://saipanhistory.blogspot.com/2008/12/american-camp-susupe.html

Permai Lindal said...

Thanks for sharing info Webmasters SEO Marketing Forum and Webmasters SEO Marketing Blogging and Webmasters SEO Marketing Blogging and Uber People Sucks and Permai Marketing Blog and KJRI Los Angeles and Cellulars Sales Repair and Dogs Sitting Walking and Security Guards Patrol Jobs and Guam Red Light and Guam Blog and Maltese Dogs Breeder

Contact: webmasterspride@gmail.com