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Battle of Okinawa Historical Display (Camp Kinser) / 沖縄戦資料館 （キャンプ・キンザー)
Located in Camp Kinser, Urasoe City, the Battle of Okinawa History Display museum, operated by volunteers, is filled with memorabilia, photos and artifacts of both US military and Japan Imperial. Admission fee is free, but an appointment is required. This is not a typical sightseeing spot. Therefore, they may accept reservations only from groups who wish to visit for educational purposes. For information, please visit Urasoe City Hall website.
- Included exclusive interviews of Okinawa-born celebrities, war-related articles during summer 2016, memoirs by war survivors based on Asahi questionnaire on 70th anniversary of Battle of Okinawa.
- Summary of Battle of War history, how to promote peace from Okinawa City, war survivors' talks in videos ("Heiwa Channel").
- September 7th is the day when the signing of Japan's Instrument of Surrender was held in Goeku (currently Okinawa city)
- Official government documents that recorded the activities of the Ryukyu government.
- The Ryukyu Island government was established in 1952, and included judicial, legislative and administrative bodies.
- Numbers of video footage show former sites of the Battle and testimonials.
- Drawings of the Battle （沖縄戦の絵）by the war survivors from the collaboration project with HNK Okinawa and the Okinawa Prefectural Government.
- Resource for teachers "How to teach the Battle of Okinawa/沖縄戦とは何か 沖縄戦の原因や全体像について、考えてみよう" (NHK Teachers' Library)