A Grateful Guam Remembers
In commemorating the 66th anniversary of Guam's liberation, this is dedicated to the nearly 1,600 members of the U.S. Armed Forces who died in the invasion or in the recapture of the island, and to the more than 700 Chamorros who were executed by occupying authorities or who died during the occupation period from the pains and sufferings brought about by war. Also honored are those men who perished defending Guam in the very first days of the war and those sailors who died in the months afterwards.

Created on behalf of the people of Guam and the Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, and Missouri Chamorro communities, this is also a gesture of appreciation to the members of the U.S. Armed Forces who arrived on Guam's shores on July 21, 1944 and in the days and months afterward. You came to wage war, but in a spirit and manner seeking peace in the Pacific and throughout the world. We enjoy Freedom because of the sacrifices made by the greatest generation on July 21, 1944. We are forever grateful!
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