Then and Now, Tinian-Part 2
|Japanese Air Administration Building. This building received numerous hits from American ships and planes and was gutted by fire, but the heavy concrete construction is still amazingly solid.|
|Left: A lone marine walks through a battle-scarred Shinto shrine. The remains in the photo on the right are the NKK shrine located just off Broadway, and may be the same location-many of the features corresponded to those in the wartime photo.|
House of Taga, San Jose. Here I am on a visit to Tinian, while we lived on Saipan in the early 1960's, and visiting from much further away in 2005.
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