Japanese prisoners of war work under American guards at a camp area of Mukden, Manchuria during World War II.
Mukden Manchuria Date:1945, August 20 Duration:2 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Japanese prisoners of war work under guards in Mukden, Manchuria during last days of World War II. General camp area, prison kitchen in the background. Former American POWs (prisoners of war) Brigadier General Charles C. Drake, Staff sergeant Frank A. Pechek. Japanese POWs work under guards. Japanese details march to stations. American staff including American GI, Melcolm D. Russell check Japaneses rifles. Former POW's Major George Parker, Jr. and Brigadier General Lewis C. Beebe. MKK factory where American POWs worked, general camp area. Latrine, accidentally bombed by U.S. during war, where 19 American POWs died. Japanese filling in foxholes to make baseball diamond.
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