Hideki Tojo in hospital after attempting suicide and Japanese people reads bulletins regarding Japanese defeat in Japan.
Japan Date:1945, September 27 Duration:2 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
Japanese Premier Hideki Tojo attempts suicide in Japan. People walk outside a hospital. A sign board reads' U.S. 98th Evacuation Hospital'. Sergeant John Archinal gives blood to save Tojo. The doctors taking blood. A close up of the Sergeant John. The gun from which Tojo shot himself. The troops look out from a window. The doctors treat Tojo in the hospital. A close up of Tojo. Tojo on a bed in the hospital. A view of the damaged buildings. The troops look at the damaged Parliament building. A Japanese emperor visits the damaged city before the surrender. The emperor looks at a chart on a table. His sub ordinates stand in the background. The U.S. troops read a sign which reads 'No Trespassing The Emperors palace'. Japanese boys bow to the emperor in traditional manner. The Japanese people read bulletins. People crowd outside a movie theater. The people collect tickets. The people wait for a tram or trolley or street car. They get in the tram. Troops in the tram. Admiral stands besides a horse and smoke. He sits on horse back and rides the horse.
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