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WWII photo exhibit on display at Cathedral

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The World War Two Exhibit "Take My Hand: Remembering How the War Began, Promoting Peace in Our Land" opened today at the Dulce Nombre De Maria Cathedral Basilica Museum. The exhibit features a photo collections provided by various groups showcasing the photos and stories of the island's war survivors. 

The Guam War Survivor Memorial Foundation and the Archdiocese of Agana along with Senator Frank Blas, Jr. contributed to the exhibit that will be on display until December 8.

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