American Forces led by General MacArthur land at the Lingayen Gulf and advance to Manila, Philippines during World War II.
Philippines Date:1945 Duration:2 min 54 sec Sound:Yes
The United States campaign against the Japanese in Luzon, Philippines during World War II. An Allied convoy of ships underway in the Pacific Ocean towards the Lingayen Gulf. Naval guns fire at the coast and at Japanese airplanes. U.S. Army Generals Walter Kruger and Douglas MacArthur keep a watch over the convoy of ships. General MacArthur and other officers come ashore at the Lingayen Gulf. Troops unload equipment at a beach. Infantrymen advance inland. The Filipinos greet the soldiers as they advance towards Manila. The soldiers with the Filipinos. People cheer as the American soldiers enter Manila. Animated map of the Philippines depicts the location of the Lingayen Gulf and the advance of American soldiers from the Lingayen Gulf to Manila.
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