Former U.S. prisoners rescued from Japanese prison at Cabanatuan, arrive at 92nd Evacuation Hospital, in World War II
Luzon Island Philippines Date:1945, February 2 Duration:1 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. prisoners of war, rescued by U.S. Army Rangers of the 6th Battalion, Alamo Scouts, and Filipino guerrillas , from Japanese prison camp at Cabanatuan, Philippines, during World War II. The rescued prisoners arrive at the 92nd Evacuation Hospital, at Guimba, in ambulances and trucks. Soldiers and former prisoners gather outside the hospital buildings. Some of the freed prisoners rest on the ground outside the hospital buildings. The main building displays a sign reading: "Guimba East Central School, Academic Building No.2."
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