Japanese airplanes drop leaflets on U.S. lines in the Philippine Islands during World War II.
Philippines Date:1942 Duration:2 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
The invasion of the Philippine Islands by Japanese troops during World War II. Japanese airplanes in flight overhead. The airplanes drop surrender leaflets on U.S. lines. They also drop photographs of women and children of the U.S. Cartoons depict U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur's flight and call for Filipino troops to desert the U.S. A cartoon reads: 'Mac Arthur's trick'. A leaflet reads: 'Ticket to Armistice'. Leaflets are loaded into artillery shells. Japanese soldiers aboard a truck driven past. They come out of the truck and advance across a field. Smoke rises in the foreground.
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