World War II Diary, page 217

This document, published by the US Army, on the battle for Okinawa, was de-classified December 31, 2012

Note the names Henry Knowlton and Julian Garrett, both assisted the Public Relations Office as correspondents for the Red Cross in the RYUKYUS Campaign, 1 April to 30 June 1945.

Additional information:

Publication Title:World War II War Diaries, 1941-1945
Content Source:NARA
Content Partner:NARA
National Archives Catalog ID:4697018
National Archives Catalog Title:World War II War Diaries, Other Operational Records and Histories, compiled ca. 01/01/1942 – ca. 06/01/1946, documenting the period ca. 09/01/1939 – ca. 05/30/1946
Record Group:38
Country:United States
Language:English
Short Description:Known as “war diaries,” these are daily operational journals created by various naval commands throughout the Navy during WWII.
Publication Declassified:a:E.O. 13526|b:NDC|d:Dec 31, 2012
Roll:2019
Source Starts With:A
Source/Origin:ARMY, 24th CORPS
Subject:Report of operations in the invasion & occupation of Okinawa Jima, Ryukyu Islands, 4/1/45 to 6/30/45
Micro Serial Number:155779
Date Range:1 Apr 1945 – 30 Jun 1945
File:[Blank]
Serial Number:[Blank]
Date:[Blank]
Reel:A2019

 

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