75th Photo Gallery Marine Ralph W. Warner holds baby saved from cave. #94568. Tinian. August 2, 1944. Photographer Fitch. Civilian prisoners come in from caves where they had been hiding in southern Tinian. #94563. August 2, 1944. Photographer Fitch. Women and children surrendering on Tinian. #94554. August 1944. Photographer Fitch. Surrendering woman breastfeeds child. #94529. Tinian. July 29, 1944. Photographer Schlossenberg. Father holds daughter in his arms. He chews up some candy Marines have given him and places it in the baby’s mouth. The family has had no food since the Marines landed on Tinian. #94371. August 1, 1944. Photographer R. E. Olund. Wounded and tired civilians who escaped death on Tinian battlefield. #94370. Date unknown. Photographer R. E. Olund. Child eats chow given by Marine. #93623. Tinian. July 1944. Photographer N. Gillespie. Navy surgeon removes shrapnel from body of child, while wounded parents assist. #92715. Tinian. August 1944. Photographer Steele. Korean civilians walk with troops toward internment camp. #91221. Tinian. July 1944. Photographer B. Lindsley. Tinian family surrendering. #90996. July 1944. Navy Doctor T. Y. Gladney attends an unending stream of sick and wounded children on Tinian. #90989. July 1944. Photographer L. A. Doran. Saipan orphans. #86471. June 1944. Photographer A. R. Morejohn. In a makeshift, outdoor chapel, Jesuit Father Jose Tardio gives a special mass for civilians and troops who survived the Battle of Saipan. #96580. Photographer Andy Knight. Navy Pharmacist’s Mate Charles F. Nangarow gives medical aid to wounded man with child. #88588. Saipan. July 1944. Photographer Feen. Women and children moving to area of safety. #86730. Saipan. June 17, 1944. Photographer Warnecke. A group of civilians come up to front line to surrender. Half of them have been wounded by American artillery fire. #85925. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer M. E. Garber. Boy with his mother and sisters captured by Marines. Fate of father is unknown. #85918. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer Gillispie. Marines remove a mother and three children from battlefield, thus saving them from certain death when shells began to fall in the area three minutes later. #85917. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer Gillispie. Family on Saipan. #85908. June 1944. Photographer Fabion. Americans tend to civilian man on Saipan. #84471. Saipan. June 16, 1944. Photographer R.E. Olund. Children brought in from battlefield. #84016. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer unknown. Elderly woman and two children sit on stretcher surrounded by Marines. #83991. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer Opper. First prisoner taken by Americans on June 15, 1944. #83985. Saipan. Photographer Furman. Marine stretcher bearers carrying wounded children to hospital near internment camp stockade. #83543. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer Opper. Civilians being removed from the battlefield by Marines. #83473. Saipan. June 20, 1944. Photographer Angus Robertson. Injured and exhausted civilian women and girls being brought to the rear lines. #83468. Saipan. June 20, 1944. Photographer Angus Robertson. An elderly Chamorro woman speaks with Marine Don Brown in Spanish. #82509. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer R.E. Olund. Children interacting with Marines. #82452. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer B. V. Byron. Family drinking water given to them by Marine. #82438. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer H. A. Smith. Man holding child’s hand. They were just routed from dugout by Marines. #82407. Saipan. June 1944. Photographer N. Ragus.