National Geographic : 1945 Oct
0 national Ueograpnic society .uu , ui ..01.1 ,y,,io,u.ivi.u An Entire Village near Ishikawa Heads for the Refugee Area, Bringing Milch Goats, aBull, and Personal Belongings These people were more fortunate than many others who saw their homes destroyed in bombardment or battle. Okinawans were bystanders inthe war. Few tried to run away; there was no place to go. In refugee centers, their own representatives handled their affairs and doled outfood from the common pool.