Japanese prisoners of war work under American guards and former American prisoners of war at a camp area in Mukden, Manchuria.
Mukden Manchuria Date:1945, August 20 Duration:1 min 54 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Showing change of prisoners from American to Japanese in Mukden, Manchuria during last days of World War II. Former POW (prisoners of war) Constant J. Wasilewaki, surviving POWs from cattle boat in which 1,623 POWs left the Philippines but only 400 reached Japan. Survivors of Bataan "Death March" includes Lieutenant Colonel Tarpley, Trspnell, Wilson and Lieutenant C.Y. Christis, men of 200th Coast Artillery corps. American prisoners of war Criville A. Johnson, Robert E. Butler worth play bass and guitar that they made while in prison. Cartoon called 'Changie- Changie' drawn by Benny Pinson, depicting change of prisoners from American to Japanese. Prison wall. High tension wire on top. Lieutenant Christie stack Red Cross carton atop pile. Japanese prisoners carry supplies under guard.
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