U.S. Marines using flame throwers against Japanese, Chinese troops during Sino-Japanese War, aftermath mass suicide of Japanese
China Date:1944 Duration:3 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'The San Jose Project' gives an introduction of chemical warfare tests carried out by U.S. Army on San Jose Island, Panama during World War II. Film opens with scenes of U.S. troops battling Japanese on Pacific islands during World War II. Tank mounted flamethrower being used to burn Japanese from caves. Backpack style handheld flamethrower being used by U.S. Marine at mouth of a cave. A Japanese soldier emerges from a cave and is shot by American soldiers. Scene changes to China, where Chinese troops march near fields during the Sino-Japanese War before World War II. A wounded soldier carried by Chinese troops. Scene changes again to Mariana Islands during World War 2. Piles of bodies of Japanese civilians and soldiers at base of a cliff from which they jumped to commi suicide rather than be captured or killed by American forces. A Japanese civilian jumping off of a cliff. Japanese civilians at waters edge jumping into water.
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