U.S. Marines fire guns, blow a cave, and captured Japanese troops walk on the Palau Island during the Invasion of Philippines.
Palau Islands Date:1944, November 2 Duration:56 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Marines capture Palau Island during World War II. U.S. Marines advance on the Palau Island. The Marines fire guns. Smoke rises in the background. The Marines load guns and fire the gun. Shells kept in the background. The Marines get off from the landing crafts. The marines fire. A Marine sprays liquid fire in a Japanese foxhole. The Japanese troop runs. The U.S. Marines shoot the troops. The dead Japanese troop. The Marines fire and advance. The Marines blow up a cave. The captured Japanese soldiers walk with their hands up.
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