Film titled 'We The Japanese People', about Japan and Japanese prisoners of war returning home. Sun rises. Water dashes against rocks at the Japanese coast. Mount Fujiyama. Japanese POW (Prisoners of War) aboard ship. They sit and stand on ship at the Pacific shore. They shout and wave to people on the shore. POW disembark and walk with luggages. They sit on train and wave from windows. Crowd on a road of Tokyo. People at cross roads. Scene from rural Japan. Snow at mountains and land. People cross bridge over stream. Hut besides stream. Flowers bloom over Cherry trees. Small islands in sea. Ship underway at sea. Light house besides the sea. Boats at shore line. City in the background.
Signing of the Treaty of San Francisco by the Allied Powers and Japan, September 8, 1951 in San Francisco, California. Secretary of State, Dean Rusk is seen shaking hands with Japanese Foreign Minister Okazaki Katsuo, in 1952. American troops remaining in Japan engage in training for Defense. They practice assaults from small boats, charge overland, simulate fighting in empty industrial sites. Flag of Japan being raised while Japanese Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida and officials stand at attention and American officers
salute. American troops in formation salute. Japanese troops march in parade.
American school in Tokyo, Japan. Views from window of a bus. Young children leave homes in dependent housing development and rush for school bus. Little girl runs out of a home. She runs back to mother, who hands her a lunch box, then continues on to her bus.
American school in Tokyo, Japan. A boy drinks milk at the entrance of a house. He leaves the house and rushes for a school bus. Boy runs and boards the bus. Bus being driven away. Young children leave homes in dependent housing development and rush for school bus. Hitched dogs and hanging clothes on stand in dependent housing area.
American school in Tokyo, Japan. Children run after getting off a bus and enter elementary School. Interiors of the bus, door opens. Kids exit the bus. Children stand at the door of the school building and enter into the building. A little girl arrives late at the school.
Corntones Blood Donation Show at AFRS (Armed Forces Radio Service) Radio Studio in Tokyo, Japan. Lieutenant Bill Glaza reads from a paper and introduces the Corn Tones. The Corntones play music and sing a song. Bill Glaza speaks into a microphone and the band leader Lieutenant Dickinson introduces his group.