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  • The beautiful village of Sumay, located here before WWII, became a victim of that war. In December 1941, the Japanese invasion forces displaced the 2000 residents to occupy the village. In July 1944, the American pre-liberation bombardment destroyed some island villages, among them Sumay. This area of Sumay was then absorbed into the construction of the huge Naval Supply Depot, essential for the ongoing Pacific Campaign, and Sumay residents were resettled in Santa Rita. They return often in memory of their village.The beautiful village of Sumay, located here before WWII, became a victim of that war. In December 1941, the Japanese invasion forces displaced the 2000 residents to occupy the village. In July 1944, the American pre-liberation bombardment destroyed some island villages, among them Sumay. This area of Sumay was then absorbed into the construction of the huge Naval Supply Depot, essential for the ongoing Pacific Campaign, and Sumay residents were resettled in Santa Rita. They return often in memory of their village.10/2/2014
  • This is the second fort constructed on the Orote Peninsula after Fort Santiago, it was built in 1787 to protect Apra Harbor from English pirates. The fort was in a very deteriorated state by 1808 when US Navy Captain Henry Glass captured Guam. The few scattered remains of the fort were cleared away during the American WWII build up in the area in 1944.This is the second fort constructed on the Orote Peninsula after Fort Santiago, it was built in 1787 to protect Apra Harbor from English pirates. The fort was in a very deteriorated state by 1808 when US Navy Captain Henry Glass captured Guam. The few scattered remains of the fort were cleared away during the American WWII build up in the area in 1944.10/2/2014
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