U.S. POWs, rescued from a Japanese prison camp, en route to American lines and an evacuation hospital, in World War II
Luzon Island Philippines Date:1945, February 1 Duration:1 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. prisoners of war, rescued from Japanese prison at Cabanatuan, by 6th Battalion Rangers, Alamo Scouts, and Filipino guerrillas in Luzon, Philippines, during World War 2. The liberated prisoners aboard trucks and jeeps en route to U.S. lines and the 92nd Evacuation Hospital. Trees and houses along the sides of a road. Soldiers and medics seated along with the former prisoners.
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