Japanese natives perform for the Americans and welcome them on the first stop of Douglas World Cruisers in Japan.
Japan Date:1924, April Duration:2 min 53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army Air Service Douglas World Cruisers (DWC) in Japan during their first flight around the world. At Etorofu, Jurile Islands, Japan: Natives congregate and carry flags. Natives of the island observing the Americans. Children do a dance. The natives perform for the Americans. World cruisers flying over snow-covered mountains, their first stop in Japan. One of the cruisers on a lake. A cruiser with personnel in the foreground. Natives enjoy a feast in honor of the Yankee pioneers. Crew of the Japanese destroyer "Isokaze" entertains with the ancient sport of sumo. One of the cruisers afloat in water. Mechanics working on aircraft. A large crowd of Japanese children waving flags. Several views of Japanese welcoming the Americans.
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