Japanese prisoners in Okinawa, Japan, during World War II. U.S. troops with a few Japanese prisoners on a marshy area. The group of prisoners on a field. The prisoners, in columns, are marched along a path in the area by U.S. troops. Wounded prisoners in the group. Two men on either side of a wounded prisoner, help him to walk. A few prisoners seated on the ground. Partially clothed prisoners, in a group on the field. A few of them standing and a few others sitting. The prisoners moving in columns. Two U.S. soldiers attend to a wounded prisoner. A few wounded prisoners are loaded into a truck. A jeep loaded with prisoners. The vehicles move along a road and reaches the war prisoners' enclosure.
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