Cameron Highlanders and band of 8th Gurkha Rifles Infantry of India marches past the reviewing stand, Japan after World War II.
Japan Date:1946 Duration:31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied military forces in Japan after World War II. The Commanding General of British Occupation Forces in Japan reviews a parade of Cameron Highlanders in kilts. The troops march on streets of a Japanese town with houses along them. Reviewing officers include Major General D.J. Cowan (Commander of British and Indian Forces in Japan), Brigadier General R.S. McNaught (DSO Commander of British Brigade), Lieutenant John Slim (Aide-de-Campe to General Cowan), Lieutenant Colonel J. Harrington, Lieutenant Colonel Alasdair Mac Lean (Commanding General of Queen's Own Highlanders in Japan). The band of the 8th Gurkha Rifles Infantry of India marches past the reviewing stand.
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