United States prisoners of war at medical aid stations in the Philippine Islands.
Philippines Date:1942 Duration:2 min 42 sec Sound:Yes
The invasion of the Philippine Islands by Japanese troops during World War II. Maps of Manila Bay, the Bataan Peninsula and Corregidor. Mountains in the foreground. A wrecked U.S. ambulance on a street. A U.S. medical aid station. Medics treat wounded soldiers inside a tent. U.S. prisoners of war in Corregidor take salt tablets and eat at a field kitchen. A heap of medical supplies. A man reads a newspaper. Headlines of the newspaper reads: 'Homma is head of Japan forces'. Soldiers seated inside a tent look at a map.
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