An American prisoner talks about the harsh treatment at a Japanese prison camp in Honshu, Japan during World War II.
Honshu Japan Date:1945, September 12 Duration:3 min 11 sec Sound:Yes
American prisoners of war being interviewed at a Japanese prison camp in Honshu, Japan after World War II. A U.S. officer interviews a prisoner who has been liberated from a Japanese prison camp. The prisoner says that his name is James Robertson. He says that he is from St. Louis and was born in Chicago, United States. He speaks that he came to fight against the Japanese on April 22, 1941. He states that he was captured by the Japanese on May 6, 1942 in Corregidor, Philippines. He narrates an incident to prove that they were tortured at the prison camps. He also states how hot tea was poured on the legs of a prisoner.
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