Japanese prisoners at a prison camp after being captured by American forces in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1945 Duration:3 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
The Japanese being taken as prisoners in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Allied soldiers cross a water channel and advance in Luzon, Philippines. Soldiers fire and advance. Explosions occur on the island. The soldiers fire rifles and guns. A soldier loads shells into a mortar and fires. A Japanese urges the natives over a loudspeaker to surrender. American soldiers aboard a ship as they look through binoculars to spot any Japanese soldier. Japanese soldiers swim towards the ship and come aboard as they surrender. Another local speaks into a loudspeaker as he urges the Japanese to surrender. A Japanese soldier waves a leaflet and surrenders to U.S. soldiers. A wounded Japanese soldier after surrendering to U.S. troops. Japanese prisoners at a prison camp. Prisoners eat and are lined up on the camp grounds.
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