A Filipino soldier is ordered to join the C Company, 1st Battalion in Manila, Philippines during World War II.
Manila Philippines Date:1941 Duration:4 min 25 sec Sound:Yes
A propaganda film on mistreatment of Filipinos by the United States. Filipino soldiers join the U.S. in battle against the Japanese in Manila, Philippines during World War II. Fighting at a battlefield. Explosions and smoke on the battlefield. A soldier sitting and another standing near him. They talk. The soldier who is standing walks away and talks to the one sitting. He comes back and sits down. Another soldier approaches and says something. The two soldiers smile. He gives them a news. They become sad. They salute. One of the soldiers is ordered to join the C Company, 1st Battalion. He bids goodbye and leaves. Soldiers in prone position. The soldier standing near them. A white flag is raised by the enemy. Soldiers crouch forward. An explosion occurs. The soldiers run.
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