Japanese forces occupying Corregidor fortress following a siege that effectively cut off water,food and ammunition from its U.S. and Filipino defenders. during in World War 2. Camera pans across the waterfront of Corregidor Island as Japanese forces occupy it.Japanese boats at their beachhead. American soldiers standing at attention around bunkers as Japanese officers ascend side of hill toward them. Americans being marched down the hill under guard. Japanese officers look at destroyed buildings and inspect the rest of the Corregidor fortifications, including its 12 inch guns at Batteries Hern and Smith. Small and medium U.S. arms and ammunition in a pile. Views of rail cars at tunnel entrance and views inside the tunnels of the Fort. Desks of U.S. officers inside the Fort. One is identified by name plate reading "Major F.F. Kriwanek." Several U.S. officers seen sitting in another office. View from defensive position in the fort.
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