U.S. troops of 112th Regimental Combat Team Cavalry enter Tateyama railroad station and board a train in Japan.
Tateyama Japan Date:1945, September 3 Duration:3 min 22 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. troops at Tateyama rail road station in Japan after World War II. A railroad station. U.S. troops of 112th Regimental Combat Team Cavalry stand in a squad in front of the station. They enter the station. The soldiers carry bags on their shoulders. The soldiers stand at Tateyama rail road station platform and wait for the arrival of a train. Japanese civilians enter from the gate of the railroad station. U.S. troops on the platform. A train pulls into the station. The soldiers stand in a line and are given instruction by a leader. They then board the train. The troops get off the train and stand on a station. They leave the station. U.S. soldiers get off trucks. A building.
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