Activities of U.S. forces after landing at Nasugbu in Philippines Islands during World War II
Nasugbu Philippines Date:1945, April Duration:1 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States military forces on Nasugbu beach, Philippines Islands. Soldiers of the 6th ranger Battalion with artillery piece. Smoke rises from artillery striking shore across body of water. U.S. soldiers moving along dirt road as some pick up their packs and gear from under a tree and moving out with the rest. U.S. intelligence officer interviews Mrs Betty Santa Maria, a Spanish Citizen who had been permitted by Japanese to leave Manila and come to Nasugbu, several weeks earlier. Partly disassembled Piper L-4 Grasshopper Liaison airplane on truck crosses small bridge. Soldiers inspect wreckage of a Japanese Zero airplane in a grassy field. Another Piper L-4 being transported on a truck. A landing ship in the background.
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