U.S. Army troops of 45th and 57th infantry at Camp John Hay in Philippines. Troops stand lined on a parade ground. Trees in the background. Jeeps parked outside a house. Soldiers stand with guns. A flag in the background. Women talk in the background.
Troops drill at Camp John Hay in Philippines. Igorots dancing. Ateneo cadets drill. They march in uniforms with flags and guns. Band marches. Officers and priest sit and watch the event. Cars parked in front of house. Officer decorates a cadet.
U.S. prisoners of war are freed in the Philippines during World War II. Liberated men are being interviewed. Filipino Division officer Cecil H. Hay is interviewed. He states about his experiences after being freed from the Japanese prison camp.
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.
A U.S. Army camp in Corsica, France during World War II. The army camp is surrounded by trees. Farmers on an oxen-drawn wagon loaded with hay moving on a field. A bundle of hay on the field and a building in the background. The farmers are pitching hay. They stand on the hay bundles and look up at the sun. A farmer riding the oxen-drawn hay wagon along a road. Views of Alto Airbase. Two men walking beside burros carrying bundles on their backs. A United States Army Air Force P-47 Thunderbolt fighter aircraft parked on the air base. The oxen-drawn wagon moves from one side of the field to the other side. The farmers are pitching hay. One of them on the hay bundle on the field and the other on the hay in the wagon. Views of the two farmers pitching hay. The farmers looking up at the sun.
Camera shows close up of two certificates of affidavit signed by Lieutenant Colonel George Stevens and Lieutenant Kellogg. The first affidavit by U.S. Army Signal Corps Colonel Stevens cites Stevens' work from 1 March 1945 to 8 May 1945 photographing concentration camps and prison camps liberated by Allied forces. It is read aloud by George Stevens (or by a narrator reading the text of the affadavit). The second affidavit, signed by U.S. Navy Lieutenant E.R. Kellogg, and witnessed by Captain John Ford, is also read aloud. It cites Kellogg's expertise in motion picture and photographic techniques through his employment with Twentieth Century Fox Studios in California from 1929 to 1941. He attests that he has thoroughly examined the concentration camp liberation films of the Army Signal Corps and found them to be unaltered, genuine, and true copies of the originals in the U.S. Army Signal Corps vaults. A map shows the location of concentration camps in Germany and other parts of occupied Europe under Nazi control.