00:01:32 Grant us a common faith that men shall know bread and peace,
00:04:07 "Time Life" magazine correspondent Robert Sherrod is on Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands.
00:06:31 An air of quiet confidence permeates the conversation.
00:08:18 But I fear all the smoke and the noise doesn't mean that many Japs have been killed.
00:10:00 I can feel the rumbling every time they hit.
00:15:45 Feels like a torpedo hit us.
00:23:51 First lieutenant Charles Scheffel is en route to a military hospital in England for treatment.
00:24:04 Scheffel was hit below the waist by exploding shells.
00:25:23 I'll be damned if I have to fight the Germans with a bunch of rookies.
00:26:44 Until this morning, the battle had largely been cave warfare.
00:30:14 and navy-issue camouflage for the pacific.
00:30:44 between the Atlantic and the pacific and reduces their exposure to enemy submarines.
00:32:19 We start dropping the depth charges, and they're blowing up in the water.
00:35:20 We can hear the unmistakable faint squeal of tracks, the muffled grinding of gears,
00:37:43 Craters cover the area.
00:38:28 The stories he tells me are almost too horrific to believe.
00:38:47 There, on the island's northern tip,
00:39:01 But what should have been a routine operation has taken an unexpected and desperate turn.
00:39:25 There were hundreds of Jap civilians, men, women, children, jumping off the cliffs to their death."
00:42:39 Some civilians go through great ceremony before snuffing out their own lives.
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