Japanese school boys at work in Omura, Japan. Boys' Grammar School shows the boys marching to work with precision, carrying their shovels on their shoulders. They tear down the school air raid shelter. The boys march again and repeat the action.
Iron and Steel Works at Yawata in Japan (Yawata Steel Works). A view at the end of the Japan Iron and Steel Works. Open hearth, rolling mills and coke ovens. Southern sections of the plant as seen from the roof of the Muwata Grade School. Burned out sections of Yawata as seen from the roof of the school. This area lies between a post office and the south end of the plant. It includes the areas Higaichi, Machi, Okadamachi and Hishimachi. This view shows the results of incendiary attack of August 8, 1945. The coke plant and by-products installations of Japan Iron and Steel Works. The southwest corner of the plant. Views of Tobata Power Plant. Aircraft revetments around the Japanese Naval Air Base in Omura.
Japanese and Americans at the Omura Air Field in Nagasaki, Japan after the end of World War 2. U.S. Navy and Marine aviators and other personnel stand around a Navy PBY Catalina at the airfield.
Several of the Americans stand with three Japanese soldiers. Japanese civilian and military persons seen under a tent erected nearby. Dark view of Japanese aircraft parked in a hangar. A Japanese officer and soldier are photographed from inside, as they approach the darkened hangar.
U.S. Navy flyers at the Omura Air Field in Nagasaki, Japan after the end of World War 2. They poke around the wreckage of a U.S. Navy Corsair(FG-1D Corsair BuNo.88056 flown by Lt.Col. D.K. Yost of MAG-51, US Navy, lost on 11 September, 1945.) They are accompanied by a Sergeant, carrying a long handle axe that he jokingly swings a couple of times at the fuselage of the Corsair. Camera shows numerous Japanese military airplanes parked randomly on the grass field.
Japanese cabinet ministers and the Prime Minister pose in Tokyo, Japan. Japanese cabinet ministers come out of the Prime Minister's residence and walk forward. The ministers pose for pictures. Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida poses. Former Prime Minister Baron Kijuro Shidehara, cinematographer Takao Saito and Estujiro Uehara pose. Tsunojiro Hiratsuka and Jiro Hoshijima stand. Seiichi Omura, Tanzan Ishibashi and Hiroo Wada smile. Sadskichi Hitotsumatsu and Dr. Tokutaro Aimura pose. Yoshinari Kawai and Kotaro Tanaka stand and smile. Prime Minister Yoshida and other cabinet members in a press conference.
Activities at Omura Air Field in Nagasaki, Japan after the end of World War 2. Two U.S. Navy fliers converse amicably with a Japanese airmant, as they stand in front of a Stinson L-5 Sentinel airplane, in which the Japanese airman expresses interest. Camera pans to a tent set up nearby, under which several American military and Japanese civilian and military men ae seen. Damaged roof on a building in the background. Camera pans past skeletons of bombed out hangars and other buildings. Airport operations building appears intact. Small prefab quonset-style hangar nearby. Japanese soldier stands near car parked on ramp. Several U.S. Navy airplanes parked in background.