New Bilibid prison at Muntilupa,Philippines. American soldiers taken as prisoners by Japanese smoke cigarette. Other internees move about the prison area.
A man interviews Jessie Trival,an ex-soldier,with a wounded arm at Bilibid prison in Muntilupa,Philippines. He speaks into a mike as he tells how he got injured.
A man interviews two prisoners of war who became good friends at Las Banos camp. They speak into a microphone at Bilibid prison in Muntilupa, Philippines. They speak about their profession, life at Japanese prison camp and their friendship.
From a sequence of interviews with freed former prisoners from the Los Baños prison camp in the Philippines during World War 2. At the former Bilibid Prison, a man interviews Reverend Leopold Damrosch (grand nephew of the famous composer and conductor Walter Damrosch) and Ned Davenport (son of famous movie actor Harry Davenport). The two men had not seen each other in 11 or 12 years. Davenport asks Damrosch about how he feels to be liberated and what he thinks of the U.S. Army personnel and equipment. Damrosch expresses delight at his liberation by the paratroopers from Los Baños and that it was great to be liberated by the U.S. forces. The two of them talk to each other over a mike and shake hands.
Americans, taken as prisoners by Japanese during World War II, being served food by Red Cross at Nicholas Air Field in Philippines. An American soldier writes in a note book. Two other soldiers stand near a dish antenna as one of them speaks over a phone.
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.