General MacArthur leads U.S. forces to a victory in the Philippines during World War II.
Philippines Date:1945 Duration:2 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
About events leading up to the independence of the Philippines. Filipino guerrillas march and line up as they prepare to fight against Japanese soldiers. U.S. officers seated in a camp. A newspaper headline reads 'MacArthur invades Philippines'. U.S. Army General Douglas MacArthur and other officers land at a beach in the Philippines. U.S. and Filipino soldiers fire artillery and tanks roll across a field. U.S. forces march through a city in the Philippines. General MacArthur gets off a car. A sign reads 'Victory Festival'. Decorated floats at a parade to mark the end of Japanese occupation. Signs read 'Long live Philippines' and 'Thanks Uncle Sam'.
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