U.S. prisoners of war, liberated from Japanese prison, are escorted back to American lines, during World War II
Cabanatuan Philippines Date:1945, January 30 Duration:58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Soldiers of U.S. Army 6th Ranger Battalion, Alamo Scouts, and Filipino guerrillas stand along with American prisoners of war they freed from Japanese prison at Cabanatuan, Philippines, in a daring raid behind Japanese lines, in World War 2. The soldiers converse with liberated prisoners. They board trucks. Thatched huts in the background. Some of the released prisoners and soldiers march on a field and others aboard the trucks as they head back to the American lines.
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