U.S. personnel march Japanese personnel and take care of civilians during the Pacific campaign of World War II.
Pacific Ocean Date:1944 Duration:1 min 4 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Japanese prisoners march and are interrogated on an island by U.S. personnel during the Pacific campaign of World War II. U.S. personnel aboard a ship look towards AKA (Attack Cargo Ship) ships at anchor in mid background. Task Force vessels in a harbor off the island. Men roll fuel drums from an LST (Landing Ship Tank) in background. Men walk over the beach. Small bulldozer underway in background. Japanese prisoners are marched over the beach. Marines in foreground. A Japanese prisoner is interrogated. A photographer shoots movies on the island. Japanese prisoners walk in a single file through the compound. U.S. personnel take care of civilians. Number being painted on arms of civilians and their children. Faces of islanders.
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