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Army-Navy Screen Magazine: 1945 - Issue 58
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keywords: WWII, Cpl. Alfred Jolley, General Jonathan Wainwright, U.S. Flag Flying Over Corregidor, Rhode Island War Effort
Synopsis: The Story Of Cpl. Alfred Jolley, Report From Rhode Island How It's Aiding The War Effort...(read more)
- Date: 1945
- Duration: 00:18:06
- Sound: Yes
- Color: Monochrome
- Type: Public Domain
- Language: English
- Location: United States, Philippines
The Story Of Cpl. Alfred Jolley
Shows American troop ship arriving in San Francisco after WWII. On-board is Cpl. Jolley and here is his story on returning home after three years in a Japanese prisoner of war camp. Flashback to Japanese capture of Saipan and Corregidor. Cpl. loses left arm in battle. Shows surrender of General Jonathan Wainwright, American flag taken down and Japanese flag raised. Japanese propaganda footage of American prisoners being well treated. Shows Japanese military victory parade.
Shows American and Filipino prisoners of war as they began the Bataan Death March at Mariveles. POW camp at Cabanatuan. General Douglas MacArthur in a historical WWII scene of him wading ashore in the Philippines and fulfilling his promise "I shall return". U.S Troops and Philippine guerrillas rescue POWs, shows them on transport ship receiving letters and being greeted by family and friends in San Francisco. Shows Cpl. Jolly walking down Market Street, looking at his old high school, and at home with his mother and father with short clip of American Flag once again flying over Corregidor.
Report From Rhode Island - How It's Aiding The War Effort
Travelogue of Rhode Island, business center and street scenes in Providence, electric trolley buses. Women aiding the war effort by manufacturing zippers for parachute cases, bayonets, and military insignia.
Navy V-12 men on a college campus. WWII-era Brown University 1940's. Boys Club and baseball at Tim O'Neil Field with player being given advice by the legendary "King of the Sandlots" Tim O'Neil himself before he goes up to bat. Historic and stately mansions of Newport, Newport rationing board, a New England town meeting, churches, and PT boats maneuvering in Narragansett Bay.