U.S. soldiers talk to Philippine natives and distribute C rations during Philippine invasion of Lingayen Gulf in World War II.
Philippines Date:1945 Duration:1 min 4 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States soldiers move inwards during the Philippine invasion of Lingayen Gulf in World War II. A soldier sitting at a camp watches through binoculars. A U.S. Army radio operator sitting inside a camp talks into a microphone. The soldiers sit outside their camp and talk to a Philippine native. A number of natives gather around the U.S. soldiers as they pass 'C' rations to them.
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