Activities of U.S. prisoners of war in Japanese prison camp in Malinta Tunnel on the Philippine Island of Corregidor.
Philippines Date:1942 Duration:3 min 24 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. prisoners of war on the Philippine Islands during World War II. View of Malinta Tunnel entrance that housed USAFFE headquarters. Prison camp operations within the Malinta Tunnel on Corregidor. A man works on a machine. A sign board on the machine reads: 'Emergency Equipment'. Bathrooms and shelves inside the prison camp. Men spread a bed sheet on a bed. U.S. prisoners of war are treated in an underground hospital. Medics carry a wounded on a stretcher. Sign under a wing of a tunnel says "Station Hospital Fort Mills". Patients lying on hospital beds. Army nurses seated at a table play cards. They eat food in a mess hall within the Malinta Tunnel complex.
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