Repatriated prisoners cheer and wave in Manila, Philippine Islands during World War II.
Manila Philippines Date:1945 Duration:3 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The Santo Tomas concentration camp in Manila, Philippine Islands during World War II. A dead Japanese sniper along a highway to Manila. U.S. riflemen march along both sides of the road. The soldiers drink beer in a Manila street. The soldiers and Filipino civilians. The soldiers cross a bridge across a river. Repatriated prisoners in front of a building. They cheer and wave. A group of nurses walks. Street scenes in Manila. A soldier holds two children. Children stand on a tank in the middle of a street. Elderly ex-prisoners talk to a soldier. The soldiers continue to walk. A jeep moves past. A soldier drinks water. They cross a pontoon bridge. Civilians gather outside a building. They wave. Girls walk. A soldier carries two children. Civilians and children aboard a tank. Three men seated in chairs talk.
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