Japanese Intervention in Siberia on side of Entente powers in World War I
Vladivostok Russia Date:1918 Duration:3 min 6 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Japanese troops in Vladivostok, during World War 1. Opening scene shows Japanese soldiers in a bayonet sparring exercise using wooden rifles and Samurai style protective gear. They engage each other in pairs. Next scene shows Japanese soldiers in front of railroad cars serving as their housing. Some of them are cooking food. View along the rail platform where many Japanese soldiers are walking about. A Japanese soldier is seen inside on of the boxcars, smoking a cigar. Several others are seen inside their boxcar home, where they have a stove to heat it. A soldier stands guard atop war material stacked in low open rail cars. Views of vast rail yards filled with train loads of supplies of all kinds. Smoke issuing from steam locomotives in the distance. Another view of boxcars used as "barracks" for troops. Camera pans over the rail yards.
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