Escaped and rescued American war prisoners speak about life at Japanese prison camp in Philippines
Morotai Island Date:1945 Duration:2 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
A representative of Prisoners War Branch,an MIS-X officer interviews American soldiers who escaped from Japan 10-A prison camp in Palawan,Philippines, and were then rescued by American forces during World War 2. Private first class Ernest J. Koblos speaks about the work that he did at such camps. He says that he carried wood and worked at the airstrip in the Japanese prison camp. Marine Rufus W. Smith was captured during the attack on Corregidor also speaks about the life of soldiers at prison camp in Palawan.
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