National Geographic : 1945 Oct
Key to an "Okie's" Heart Is a Cigarette Since he had no connection with the Japs, this fisherman is free to ply his trade. But he must fish from the shore, because use of boats is prohibited by the military government. Kodachromes U.S.Marine Corps, Official, byLt. David L.Duncan Grandpa Farmer Typifies the Men ofOkinawa Mostly old people and children were left. Japs impressed theothers as labor battalions or to do chores. Okinawans aregrowing most oftheir food rice, wheat, soybeans, cabbages, and sweet potatoes.