Basic training given to Filipino troops by U.S. soldiers in the Philippines.
Philippines Date:1945 Duration:4 min 24 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of Filipino people in the Philippines during World War II. Exterior of a factory. Women walking near the factory and working inside the factory. Filipino troops receive basic training by U.S. soldiers. The troops march and pass a sign which reads: 'A-T Company'. Tents in the area. Flags flying from flag poles. Filipino children studying in schools. U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur talks about Filipino people and the Japanese invasion of the Philippines. Men seated in a radio room. Recording of the last message received from Corregidor. United States fleet underway at sea.
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