Japanese prisoners in Okinawa, Japan, during World War II. The Japanese prisoners are brought in trucks by the U.S. troops to be enclosed. The Japanese prisoners get out of the trucks. U.S. soldiers search the prisoners. The prisoners are sent into a wire-fenced enclosure. The prisoners inside the enclosure. Small tents inside the enclosure. The prisoners standing in lines. The corpsmen attending to wounded prisoners who are laid on stretchers. A prisoner's eye being bandaged by two other prisoners.
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