Sixth United States Army troops attend the burial ceremony of a war photographer on Leyte, Philippines during World War II.
Leyte Philippines Date:1944 Duration:1 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
Sixth United States Army troops on Leyte island in the Philippines during World War II. Sixth United States Army tanks followed by troops move on the island. A U.S. soldier helping a wounded soldier. The soldiers in a wooded region. The soldiers taking the body of a dead U.S. war photographer from an army jeep and laying the body on the ground. The soldiers attending a military ceremony during which the photographer is buried at the place where he died. The soldiers stand with their heads bowed. People in Tacloban City receive clothing and supplies from the United States. Children seated on a bench. A signboard on a building reads 'First Aid Clinic, Public Dispensary'. Clothes are distributed to the people. A small child is made to wear new clothing. A girl wearing a new dress. View of the people seated. The girl smiles and poses.
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