American soldiers advance in Baguio, Philippine Islands during World War II. U.S. Army Air Force P-38 Lightning fighter aircraft strafe the city of Baguio. A smoke column rises from explosions. Mountains in the background. Soldiers carrying full field packs and equipment move down Quezon Hill. Troops of U.S. Army 123rd and 130th Regiment, 33rd Infantry Division move towards the city from Mount Mirador on foot .
A Japanese soldier surrenders to U.S. military police in Baguio, Philippines during World War II. Damage in the city due to bombing. The Japanese soldier dressed as a civilian surrenders to U.S. military police. He is transported in a jeep. An M4 Sherman rolls into the city as crowds on sidewalks cheer. Wreckage in the city caused due to bombings.
View of Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral with people all about it, in Baguio City, Philippines, several months before the end of World War 2. A young boy with a baby. A Japanese man surrendering, carries a white sign reading: "I cease resistance." He is escorted by two U.S. soldiers. U.S. Army Brigadier General Charles F. Craig, 37th Division Deputy Commander, looks over maps with staff officers, in front of Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral.
U.S. soldiers blow up caves holding Japanese soldiers in Baguio, Philippines during World War II. Explosions in a cave targeting the Japanese soldiers. U.S. soldiers assist civilians who are returning to the city from the hills. A soldier carries a small baby in his arms. Another soldier leads an elderly man along a road. Filipino soldiers carry a woman on a bedspring through hilly terrain toward U.S. lines. The soldiers stand in a wood. They distribute food to civilians as they rest.
U.S. soldiers check and arrest Japanese collaborators in Baguio, Philippines during World War II. A woman walks with a baby. A man walks with children. A girl walks carrying a sack on her shoulders. A civilian gives a soldier a 500 peso Japanese invasion note. View of a peso. Military police checks and arrests Japanese collaborators. People show "V" for victory sign as they stand on the steps of a cathedral.
U.S. soldiers enter the outskirts of the city of Baguio, Philippines during World War II. A soldier climb down steps as children climb up. The soldiers in a split file enter the outskirts of the city. A direction sign on a road. Civilians refugees leave the city with their belongings. A nun leaves with her belongings. Tanks and U.S. infantry men enter the city.