Okinawa

  • (noun): The largest island of the central Ryukyu Islands.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on okinawa:

USS Harris (APA-2) - World War II - Pacific Theatre - Invasion of Okinawa
... step in the steady drive to victory, the invasion of Okinawa ... Francisco, arriving 30 April, but soon returned to the fighting, bringing fresh troops to Okinawa 28 May ... After another round trip from Pearl Harbor to Okinawa, the ship arrived Ulithi 10 August, having narrowly missed the great August typhoon ...
Okinawa, Okinawa - Sister City
... Okinawa, Japan has the following sister cities, according to Sister Cities International and the city of Okinawa Lakewood, Washington, United States of America ...
Mākii
... Mākii (マーキー?) (born August 23, 1987 Okinawa, Japan) is a Japanese musician who was formerly the vocalist and songwriter for the Okinawa-based band High and Mighty Color ... When she performed at a concert in Okinawa in 2003, a scout for a record label noticed her and Anti Nobunaga ...
Okinawa Rendez-vous
... Okinawa Rendezvous (Chinese 戀戰沖繩) is a 2000 Hong Kong film produced and directed by Gordon Chan, and starring Leslie Cheung, Faye Wong, Tony Leung Ka-Fai and Gigi Lai ... It was shot entirely in the southern Japanese island of Okinawa and the film features many beautiful views of the island ...

More definitions of "Okinawa":

  • (noun): A campaign in the closing days of World War II in the Pacific (April to June 1945); in savage close-quarter fighting United States marines and regular army troops took the island from the Japanese; considered the greatest victory of the Pacific campaign for the Americans.
    Synonyms: Okinawa campaign