U.S. submarine rescues Japanese crew from boat damaged by their gunfire during World War II
Pacific Ocean Date:1945 Duration:2 min 22 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Two surviving Japanese crew rescued from their boat damaged by gunfire from a U.S. submarine in the Pacific, during World War 2. View from submarine deck as Japanese sailor wearing personal life vest and a ring life preserver, swims alongside. He grabs rope ladder on side of submarine and pulls himself aboard.Next he is seen on deck with a U.S. sailor. He bows as he sees the cameraman. View of ring life preserver floating beside the submarine. The Japanese sailor removes his personal flotation vest which a U.S. sailor displays for the camera. Two U.S. crewmen pose with the ring life preserver, which they fetched from the water. Another Japanese sailor swims to the Submarine and is helped aboard by the first. U.S. crew give him some dry clothes.The U.S. submarine approaches the battered Japanese vessel. A crewman on the bow throws something at the Japanese boat and starts a fire. Soon flames burst out on the boat's wooden deck.
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