A Japanese officer teaches Japanese semaphore to natives in Borneo during World War II.
Borneo Date:1942 Duration:2 min 42 sec Sound:Yes
The Japanese train natives for pre war activity in Borneo during World War II. Borneo natives learn Japanese semaphore in open air. A Japanese officer standing in front instructs them. An officer standing in front of a chart instructs a group of natives. He looks through binoculars. The natives note down the instructions in notebooks. A group of natives in front of an officer on a ship. The group leaves after the instructions and climbs up into the ship's crow's nest. A man signals using flags. A man looks through a sighting instrument. Men working on a seaplane at a beach. Crew mounts engine. Japanese pilots are briefed on a beach. A seaplane taxis on water and takes off. A pilot in the cockpit. The seaplane in flight.
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