U.S. equipment and ammunition captured by Japanese troops in the Philippine Islands.
Philippines Date:1942 Duration:3 min 38 sec Sound:Yes
The invasion of the Philippine Islands by Japanese troops during World War II. Japanese soldiers inspect captured American military bulldozers, power shovels, trucks, tractors searchlights, machine guns and rifles. They also inspect captured bayonets, shoes, helmets, gas masks, automatic rifles, cartridges, bombs and shells. A Japanese soldier inspects a large shell. Sacks of cement in a building. A U.S. military cemetery is shown, with newly dug graves, and with new grave markers already painted, but hanging on a rack and not yet in the ground. Camera shows a number of the graves of American and Filipino soldiers.
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