Men around StinsonL-5 planes parked at shore in Palawan, Philippines. L-5 taxis on shoreline to take off. L-5 in flight over sea. Second L-5 takes off. L-5 lands after a short flight. L-5 taxis. Man walks with two rifles on his shoulders. He walks up to L-5 parked on shore. L-5 taxis and takes off. Civilians look at planes.
L-5 sentinel planes over jungle in Palawan, Philippines. Aerial view of mountains. An island as seen from L-5. Shoreline and clouds seen from plane. Islands below the L-5 in flight.
Stinson L-5 planes parked on sea shore at Palawan in Philippines. L-5 in flight over water. Mountains and clouds in the background while L-5 passes over water. Close views of pilots flying L-5 plane. L-5 in flight as seen from another L-5 in flight. L-5 in flight over shoreline and woods.
Bodies of dead American prisoners in Palawan, Philippines, victims of the Palawan Massacre of American POW by Japanese forces in December 1944. A sign board reads: 'This area off limits to all personnel'. 'Remains of American prisoners of war'. Men work in the area. They dig the graves. Exterior of a building. Recovered dead bodies of soldiers lying on the ground. Men sit nearby. A man searches the dead bodies.
Dead American prisoners recovered in Palawan, Philippines after the Palawan Massacre of American POW by their Japanese captors in December 1944. The remains of the prisoners who were burned alive. Remains of the prisoners in a trench. Men dig the trench and take out the remains. They hold a skull in hands and inspect it.
A representative of Prisoners War Branch,an MIS-X officer interviews American soldiers who escaped from Japan's 10-A prison camp in Palawan,Philippines, and then were rescued by U.S. forces during World War II. Private first class Eugene Nielson tells how he was captured soon after the fall of Pearl Harbor. He also speaks about food, medical facilities and living conditions at Japanese camp in Palawan. Corporal William J.Balchus shares his experiences about the life at the prison camp.