29 items in this album on 2 pages.

A platoon sergeant of the US 4th Marine Regiment instructs Filipino cadets in the use of a Lewis machine gun, Philippine Islands, circa 1941US Marines instructing Filipino aviation cadets on the use of a water-cooled .30 caliber Browning machine gun, circa 1941Fires at Cavite Navy Yard, Philippine Islands, resulting from the 10 Dec 1941 Japanese air raidJapanese Type 89 I-Go medium tanks and troops moving toward Manila, Philippine Islands, 22 Dec 1941
A platoon sergeant of the US 4th Marine Regiment instructs Filipino cadets in the use of a Lewis machine gun, Philippine Islands, circa 1941US Marines instructing Filipino aviation cadets on the use of a water-cooled .30 caliber Browning machine gun, circa 1941Fires at Cavite Navy Yard, Philippine Islands, resulting from the 10 Dec 1941 Japanese air raidJapanese Type 89 I-Go medium tanks and troops moving toward Manila, Philippine Islands, 22 Dec 1941
General Homma at Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, 24 Dec 1941Manila, Philippines was declared an open city on 26 Dec 1941 to prevent unnecessary destructionTemporary hospital in a lateral tunnel of the Malinta Tunnel, Corregidor, Philippine Islands, 1942Men of H Company, 2d Battalion, US 4th Marines moved ammunition to Longoskawayan Point, Luzon, Philippines, Jan 1942
General Homma at Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, 24 Dec 1941Manila, Philippines was declared an open city on 26 Dec 1941 to prevent unnecessary destructionTemporary hospital in a lateral tunnel of the Malinta Tunnel, Corregidor, Philippine Islands, 1942Men of H Company, 2d Battalion, US 4th Marines moved ammunition to Longoskawayan Point, Luzon, Philippines, Jan 1942
Two Japanese soldiers posing with a captured American M3 light tank, near Manila, Philippine Islands, Jan 1942A Japanese soldier passing by American propaganda, circa 1942MacArthur and Sutherland in the headquarters tunnel on Corregidor, Philippines, 1 Mar 1942Captured Japanese photograph of Americans POWs carrying the sick and the wounded during the Bataan Death March, Philippine Islands, Apr 1942
Two Japanese soldiers posing with a captured American M3 light tank, near Manila, Philippine Islands, Jan 1942A Japanese soldier passing by American propaganda, circa 1942MacArthur and Sutherland in the headquarters tunnel on Corregidor, Philippines, 1 Mar 1942Captured Japanese photograph of Americans POWs carrying the sick and the wounded during the Bataan Death March, Philippine Islands, Apr 1942
American and Filipino troops surrendering at Bataan, Luzon, Philippines, 9 Apr 1942General Edward King negotiating surrender with Japanese officers, Bataan, Philippine Islands, 9 Apr 1942Japanese troops celebrating victory at Bataan, Luzon, Philippines, 9 Apr 1942Japanese troops entering US Naval Base Mariveles, Bataan, Luzon, Philippines, Apr 1942
American and Filipino troops surrendering at Bataan, Luzon, Philippines, 9 Apr 1942General Edward King negotiating surrender with Japanese officers, Bataan, Philippine Islands, 9 Apr 1942Japanese troops celebrating victory at Bataan, Luzon, Philippines, 9 Apr 1942Japanese troops entering US Naval Base Mariveles, Bataan, Luzon, Philippines, Apr 1942
Front page of the Tribune newspaper of Manila, Philippines with headline of the fall of Bataan, 24 Apr 1942American garrison surrendered at Corregidor, May 1942Americans prisoners, with hands tied behind their backs, caught a rare moment of rest on the Bataan Death March, Luzon, Philippine Islands, May 1942Japanese troops clearing an American position with flamethrower, Corregidor, Philippine Islands, May 1942
Front page of the Tribune newspaper of Manila, Philippines with headline of the fall of Bataan, 24 Apr 1942American garrison surrendered at Corregidor, May 1942Americans prisoners, with hands tied behind their backs, caught a rare moment of rest on the Bataan Death March, Luzon, Philippine Islands, May 1942Japanese troops clearing an American position with flamethrower, Corregidor, Philippine Islands, May 1942

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