A freed American prisoner talks about the experiences at a Japanese prison camp in Honshu, Japan during World War II.
Honshu Japan Date:1945, September 12 Duration:2 min 26 sec Sound:Yes
American prisoners of war being interviewed at Japanese prison camp number 3, 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 Benini. He says that he is from Pennsylvania, United States. The officer asks him whether he was in the Philippines and when was he captured. He states he was captured before the Bataan Death March. He narrates his experiences of his prison camp, noting that a building in the prison camp was called the white house because it was large and painted white.
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