U.S. 6th Army Commander General Walter Kruger visits 33rd Division at Baguio in Luzon, Philippines during World War II. General Kruger, Lieutenant General C.H. Gardiner, U.S. Army Major General Innis P. Swift, Major General P.W. Clarkson and other officers at an artillery OP ( Out Post) on a mountain. Bombs explode on distant hills during an air strike and puffs of smoke rise up. General Kruger and other officers watch the air strike. A soldier looks through a lens.
U.S. 6th Army Commander General Walter Kruger visits 33rd Division at Baguio in Luzon, Philippines during World War II. General Kruger pins up medals onto men of 33rd Division. Soldiers lined up as General Kruger pins up medals. Troops assembled on a field.
Surrender of Japanese Imperial forces leads to end of World War II. Exteriors of High Commissioner's Residence in Baguio City, Luzon, Philippines. General Jonathan Wainwright and Lieutenant General Sir Arthur E Percival of British Army arrive at a building in car. Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita and Vice Admiral Okochi seated with American Generals.
Customs and culture of the Philippines American men at work in the Philippines. The Americans sun bathe. American and Filipino men and women sun bathe and swim in a pool. Terraced mountains in Luzon. A swimming pool in a hotel. People milling about on streets in the town of Baguio. President's summer palace in Baguio. Entrance to John Hay Air Base. A man plays golf on a course at the air base. A man in a boat on a rapid in the San Juan River. Aerial view of Taal Volcano in Lake Taal. A cultural center in the Philippines. An ancient walled city. A building in Corregidor.
Aerial views from airplane flying very low over portions of Luzon, Philippines, after liberation by the U.S. in World War II. Smoke from farmers burning parts of their fields. View of Clark Field and environs. Barracks and other installations, including a hospital with red cross on the roof. Aerial view of the Holy Rosary Church in Angeles City, Pampangga, Philippines whose roof was damaged by an American Mitchell B-25 bomber on January 7, 1945. The bomber, dubbed the "SAG Harbor Express" of the 499th Bomb Squadron, had been hit by Japanese anti-aircraft artillery. 2nd Lt. Arthur Browngardt was manning the bomber, and perished with all crew as the plane crashed near Holy Angel Academy. Destroyed and damaged Japanese warplanes on Clark Field. Two Americans (one with a rifle) and a local mechanic examining an undamaged Japanese Mitsubishi G4M "Betty" bomber (tail number: 763-12). They open the fuselage door and go inside.
Enrile Elementary School in Cagayan Province, Philippines, being used as a headquarters for Filipino Luzon Guerilla Forces (LGAF). A sign on blackboard read: "Silence, Guardhouse." A guard at the entrance gate. A Filipino guerilla, with a package in hand, walks in through the gate and reports to an LGAF officer at a desk on the porch . He points out intelligence information on a map spread on the desk. The officer seated at the desk places the intelligence information in an envelope and gives it to another LGAF guerrilla, who leaves on horseback to deliver the information to friendly forces. A field in view. A wooded region. Smoke rises from areas in the wooded region. A water buffalo in the field.