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Japanese Occupation of the Philippines


Collection of Photos as Published in

The Official Journal of the Japanese Military Administration

(Please click on each photo for larger view)

 

Japanese Occupation of the Philippines

 

Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces in the Philippines.  (Photo by ABE, Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Forces in the Philippines, receives at his residence the official call of Chairman Jorge B. Vargas and members of the Philippine Executive Commission, April 28, 1942.  (Photo by ABE, Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Forces in the Philippines (center), Major General Hayashi, Director General of the Japanese Military Administration, and Chairman Jorge B. Vargas of the Philippine Executive Commission.  (Photo by Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

After the official call on Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Forces in the Philippines, by members of the Philippine Executive Commission.  (Photo by ABE, Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Forces in the Philippines, offering a toast to His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of Japan, at the luncheon which he gave on April 29, 1942, at the Manila Hotel.  Ranking officers of the Japanese Army and Navy were invited.  (Photo by Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

A big mass of USAFFE soldiers, now prisoners of war, marching to their respective places of concentration.  (Photo by Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

The surrender of American-Filipino Forces in the eastern Bataan front was offered in this historic scene somewhere in Bataan when Major General Edward P. King, Jr., Commander of the Fil-American Troops on the eastern Bataan front, accompanied by Colonel Williams, expressed his offer of surrender of Bataan to a representative of the Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Japanese Forces.  ((Photo by Japanese Propaganda Corps., April 9, 1943)

 
 

 

The surrender of Major General Jones, Commander of the Fil-American Troops on the western Bataan front, and his staff members.  (Photo by Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

War refugees of Orion, Bataan, receiving medical attention from the Medical Corps of the Imperial Japanese Forces.  Peace has been restored and rehabilitation of the area is progressing smoothly.   (Photo by Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

Civilian refugees of Bataan are thankful for the kind of protection of Japanese officers and soldiers.  They are receiving rice and corn distributed by the Army.  (Photo by Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

Civilian refugees of Bataan are being protected by the Imperial Japanese Army.  This picture shows those refugees receiving foodstuffs and newspapers from the Propaganda Corps of the Imperial Japanese Forces.  (Photo by Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 
 

 

Another large group of war refugees receiving foodstuffs from the Imperial Japanese Forces.  (Photo by Japanese Propaganda Corps.)

 

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