Operations of Japanese soldiers and officials during the invasion of Philippines Islands.
Philippines Date:1942 Duration:2 min 41 sec Sound:Yes
The invasion of the Philippines Islands by Japanese troops during World War II. Truckloads of Japanese troops passing on a street. They pass the ruins of San Fernando. A horse-cart on the street. A sign in a Japanese market reads: 'Army wants to buy pigs, fish, vegetables and chickens. For sale rice, sugar, salt, soap, cigarettes. Transactions with Japanese money'. Filipino women buy and sell vegetables and fruits at the Japanese market. A Japanese soldier distributes English language newspaper 'The Tribune'. Filipino workmen construct a building for the Japanese Army. Japanese Army General Masaharu Homma appears with staff. He poses with other officials in front of a building.
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