Fall of Corregidor to Japanese, during World War 2, Japanese newsreel.
Corregidor Island Philippines Date:1942, May 6 Duration:2 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
Japanese newsreel documenting fall of Corregidor to Japanese forces. Japanese Betty bomber flying overhead. Guns of a Japanese battleship. Japanese animated map showing Corregidor Island at entrance to Manila Bay and the location of Japanese amphibious assault on the island, during World War 2. Aerial view of Corregidor, from japanese airplane. Aerial view of bombs striking Corregidor. Japanese troops moving from rocky shore, past obstacles, and climbing steep wooden stairs on Corregidor. One of the soldiers carries a flame thrower. Japanese soldiers engaged in firefights with defenders. Americans surrendering. Views of tattoo on sailor. Barrage balloon aloft nearby.U.S. Army Major General George F. Moore conversing with Japanese Commander. Japanese Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma enters a hut and sits with members of his staff, opposite U.S. Lieutenant General Jonathan Wainright, Major General Moore, and another officer, to discuss terms of surrender.
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