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Major Tisdell recalls events of April 8, 1942 in Bataan, Philippines during the Homma trial in Manila, Philippines.

U.S. Army Major Achille C. Tisdell testifies before a military tribunal in Manila, Philippines during the trail of Japanese Army General Masaharu Homma for World War II crimes. Major Tisdell takes an oath on the 16th day of the Homma trial. He says that he was aide-de-camp to Major General E.P. King, Commanding General of the American forces in Luzon in April, 1942. Major Tisdell recalls that Japanese forces had pushed back the American forces in Bataan to a point that it was difficult for the Americans to reorganize. He also talks about the lack of ration for the American forces. Major Tisdell says that U.S. reserves were released for the forces. He says that on 9th April, 1942 General King was unable to make contact with Japanese commander and Colonel Edward C. Williams volunteered to make contact with the Japanese.

Date: 1946, January 21
Duration: 7 min 25 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
 
The Japanese Army parades in victory through Manila, Philippines and a crowd cheers and releases balloons.

A film depicts Japanese invasion and occupation of the Philippine Islands during World War II. Japanese Army parades in victory through Manila. Japanese troops holding the Japanese flag parade. A band plays music. The troops march. Filipino policewomen march. Japanese Military Commander of the Philippines General Masaharu Homma sits on a reviewing stand holding a samurai sword and reviews the parade. Students of different departments of the University of the Philippines parade. A banner reads 'Manila Department Store'. Philippines General Hospital personnel, Thai and Indian students, University of Philippines students, and, members of Manila's German , Italian and Japanese community march by in review. Homma seated with officials. Homma speaks into a microphone. The Japanese flag is raised. Men on a platform take pictures. A crowd cheers and releases balloons. Aircraft in flight.

Date: 1942
Duration: 4 min 17 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: Japanese
 
 
Major Tisdell talks about American surrender to the Japanese in 1942 during trial of General Hommal in Manila, Phillipines.

U.S. Army Major Achille C. Tisdell testifies before a military tribunal in Manila, Philippines during the trial of Japanese Army General Masaharu Homma for World War II crimes. Major Tisdell, aide-de-camp to Commanding General of the American forces in Luzon Major General Edward King, says that Colonel William and Major Marshall went in a jeep to contact the Japanese forces. They met the forces at a bridge. Japanese infantry elements led them to head quarters. Tisdell says that a Japanese Major General kept Colonel Williams as a hostage allowing Major Marshal to return to the American headquarters. After his return on April 9, 1942 General Edward King assembled some officers.

Date: 1946, January 21
Duration: 2 min 31 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
 
Major Tisdell describes ill treatment of prisoners at Japanese camps during the trial of General Homma in Manila, Phillipines.

U.S. Army Major Achille C. Tisdell testifies before a military tribunal in Manila, Phillipines during the trial of Japanese Army General Masaharu Homma for World War II crimes. Major Tisdell, aide-de-camp to Commanding General of the American forces in Luzon Major General Edward King is asked about how long he was at Camp O'Donnell. He says that he was there from April 13, 1942 to June 1, 1942. He recalls that at the camp the commanding officer of the prison camp addressed them. Major Tisdell being questioned about the Red Cross supplies. He says that once Red Cross food and medical supplies arrived at the camp gates but were not permitted to enter. He also speaks about the number of times he was questioned at the camp and that he was offered an opportunity to move to Manila and work for the Japanese. He says that a number of times the prisoners were beaten for no reason by the Japanese guards.

Date: 1946, January 21
Duration: 5 min 26 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
 
Major Tisdell talks about American surrender to the Japanese in 1942 during the trial of General Homma in Manila, Phillipines.

U.S. Army Major Achille C. Tisdell testifies before a military tribunal in Manila, Phillipines during the trial of Japanese Army General Masaharu Homma for World War II crimes. Major Tisdell, aide-de-camp to Commanding General of the American forces in Luzon Major General Edward King, speaks about the American unconditional surrender in Bataan before the Japanese forces. He recalls that an interpreter told American Commanding General Edward King to get U.S. Army General Jonathan Wainwright. General King expressed that there were no means to contact General Wainwright. He says that General King presented four conditions of surrender to the Japanese that included his return to the headquarters to notify the surrender and a 12 hour armistice. But Japanese declared that the surrender must be unconditional. General King asked if U.S. troops would be well treated. The Japanese replied that they were not barbarians.

Date: 1946, January 21
Duration: 7 min 6 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
 
Major Tisdell says that U.S. officers were disarmed after American surrender in 1942 in Manila, Phillipines.

U.S. Army Major Achille C. Tisdell testifies before a military tribunal in Manila, Phillipines during the trial of Japanese Army General Masaharu Homma for World War II crimes. Major Tisdell, aide-de-camp to Commanding General of the American forces in Luzon Major General Edward King, speaks about the American unconditional surrender in Bataan before the Japanese forces. He recalls that an Japanese officer asked General King how many guns and tanks they had. The Japanese asked General King whether they would surrender and the General nodded his head. After this all American officers were disarmed.

Date: 1946, January 21
Duration: 3 min 54 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
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