Americans fight with japan

  • Japanese Regulations

    Japanese Regulations
    Although it was against Japanese regulations and could have meant death, these American POWs celebrate the 4th of July, 1942, in the Japanese prison camp of Casisange in the Philippines. Overall, an estimated 40 percent of U.S. Army and Air Force POWs died while in Japanese captivity, compared to 1.2 percent in German and Italian custody.
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    U.S Navy Aircraft Carrier

    Two enlisted men of the U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier LISCOME BAY, torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in the Gilbert Islands, are buried at sea from the deck of a transport ship. November 1943.