National Geographic : 1945 Oct
- 16iL1umn,icuKity.+i, ouic-i.y Joaacnrome u.a.Marine corps, umcial, Dy Lit. uavin u.luncan Carrying Everything They Own, Okinawans Trudge Through Grainfields to Their Refugee Camp on Katsuren Peninsula Ifn the Ryukyu home man is king, the woman his servant. Besides caring for the children, women work in the fields, carry water, and cook. Shuffling along ata fast clip, they carry prodigious loads on heads or slung from poles. Red sack contains a hundred pounds ofrice; round woven sitting mats, inforeground.