War Correspondents and photographers in PacificTheater during World War Two. Surrender of Japanese at Truk, Caroline Islands
Pacific Theater Date:1945, September 2 Duration:1 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
American combat correspondents and photographers in Pacific Theater during Second World War. Close up of American flag flying over a U.S. military cemetery. A sailor kneels before a cross marking the burial site of a comrade. War correspondent types report on portable typewriter. Combat photographer loading film in his camera. Photographer developing film in dark room. Scene shifts to the event photographed, which is Japanese Lieutenant General Shunzaburo Mugikura, Commanding General, Japanese 31st Army, on board USS Portland (CA-33), signing document of surrender for the Japanese base at Truk, Caroline Islands, 2 September 1945.
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