U.S. soldiers listen to a radio broadcast at the Santo Tomas concentration camp in Manila, Philippine Islands.
Manila Philippines Date:1945 Duration:2 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The Santo Tomas concentration camp in Manila, Philippine Islands during World War II. Soldiers and officers gather outside a building. They listen to a radio broadcast. An officer tunes the radio. The progress of soldiers is followed by a pencil on a map. Officers and repatriated prisoners listen to the radio. The radio set is made of stolen parts of a Japanese set. Equipment is packed up and is kept at the bottom of a stool. The maker of the radio Lieutenant Hutchinson is seated on the stool and chats with a soldier.
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