Freed U.S. prisoners of war head back to American lines from Japanese prison at Cabanatuan, Philippines, in World War II
Cabanatuan Philippines Date:1945, January 30 Duration:4 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. prisoners of war being escorted back to American lines, by Rangers of the U.S. Army 6th Battalion, Alamo Scouts, and Filipino guerrillas, after being freed from the Japanese prison at Cabanatuan, Philippines, in a daring raid behind Japanese lines, during World War 2. The rescuers stand with the freed prisoners. Some released prisoners march along and some prisoners ride in carabao carts. Trees in the area. Thatched huts in the background. Local women and children watch the liberated prisoners.
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