General Homma reviews Japanese troops and communities during a parade in the Philippines.
Philippines Date:1942 Duration:3 min 44 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'Toyo No Gaika' depicts Japanese invasion and occupation of the Philippine Islands during World War II. A building with the Japanese flag. A Japanese flag flutters in wind. Children walk on a street holding the Japanese flag. Newspapers announce the fall of Corregidor. A sign in Japanese language. A man seated at a desk speaks into a microphone. Civilians walk on a street and soldiers parade. A close up the civilians moving. Trucks loaded with troops drive on a street. A sign reads 'Corregidor Falls'. Japanese tanks advance and move on a road. Children holding the Japanese flags wave. Vehicles loaded with Japanese troops move on a street. A tractor drawn artillery on the move. Students of the University of Philippines hold a banner of their department and look at the troops. Children hold flags. Tanks move on a street. People of different communities crowd. The troops on tanks cross a bridge. Japanese Military Commander of the Philippines General Masaharu Homma rides down a street on a horseback. Airplanes roar overhead. The troops blow bugles. General Homma reviews a parade. Troops on tanks, horse back, tractor drawn artillery and in cars parade. The aircraft in flight. Tanks advance during the parade. Members of the Greater Manila and other communities parade.
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