Activities of Japanese soldiers in Corregidor, Philippine Islands during the Battle of Philippines of World War II. A relief map of Corregidor, Bataan and Manila. The island of Corregidor. Japanese Navy Aichi D3A 'Val' in flight over the island. Smoke rises due to bombardment. Japanese Marines land on a rocky beach of Corregidor. Japanese soldiers carrying flame throwers climbing up a cliff with the aid of a ladder. A soldier uses a flame thrower on a covered trench. Several Japanese soldiers run along the base of a steep hill. Japanese soldiers and British and U.S. prisoners of war in the foreground. Buildings in the background. A barrage balloon moored close to the ground. A group of US, British and Japanese enlisted men. U.S. Army General Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright speaks to two British enlisted men. Japanese, British and U.S. enlisted men converse in the foreground. Two Japanese officers enter a building and an officer salutes. The enlisted men on the porch of the building. The coastline of Corregidor in the foreground. U.S. and British prisoners on a hillside. Japanese soldiers climb up a steep hill. U.S. and British sailors and enlisted men march. Destroyed gum emplacement. Entrance to a tunnel on the side of a rocky cliff. Interior of the tunnel equipped with desks and typewriters.
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