U.S. troops advance towards Japanese prison camps in the Philippines.
Philippines Date:1945 Duration:3 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. troops enter Manila, Philippines during World War II. The troops fire guns and rifles and advance in Manila. The attack Japanese positions and destroy Japanese pillboxes. Tanks and infantry advance. Smoke rises from the firing and bombardment. The troops throw grenades to mop up the area. A Japanese building is destroyed. Wrecked tanks and other equipment on a field. Units of U.S. 44th Tank Battalion and 1st Cavalry Division advance. The troops cross a bridge over a river. U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur watch the troops crossing the river. 1st cavalry Division enters Manila. They advance in the northern outskirts towards Japanese concentration camps. They are greeted by Filipino civilians. People celebrate as the troops enter the area.
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