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Guam is mostly known as vacation, but as soon as you step your foot in one of these Pacific war memorial beach and place will teach you and your children that Guam was actually one of those places where war actually happened.
It’s hard to believe that this beach has so much history, to include being a leper colony, a POW holding site during WW1, and a beachhead during WW2. If you’re physically fit, I recommend climbing the cliffs to see the Japanese pillboxes from WW2 and...More