U.S. military takes control of Japanese Military bases after the surrender of Japan to the Allied Forces in World War II.
Japan Date:1945, September Duration:3 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
The surrender of Japan to the Allied Forces after the World War II. The United States Marines landing at Japanese Military base in Yokosuka. The United States National Flag hoisted and marines take the control of the base. USS San Diego at the Yokosuka port. Japanese commanders surrender to the U.S. Army officials. U.S. Army Air Force planes land at Hazuki field near Tokyo and troops deplane. Plane with "Bataan" painted on nose. From a plane descends General Douglas MacArthur, the Commnader of the Allied Forces. He is greeted and welcomed by other U.S. Military officials including General Eichelberger. Field filled with Japanese trucks. U.S. troops board the trucks. American prisoners of war released and greeting the incoming U.S. troops. MacArthur inspects the Hazuki air base.
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