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Wayne Miller - JAPAN. Tokyo.
JAPAN. 1945. A Russian mother, Mrs. Mary MESCHERIAKOFF and her two children, Militsa, 9, and Tomislav, 7, get ready to leave Our Lady Hospital after having been...
JAPAN. 1945. Group of Greeks taken off the ship Erato in the Yokohama Harbor by the Japanese and held as prisoners. This is their room. They are showing items d
JAPAN. 1945. Mrs. Elizabeth NASH, 81, a missionary in Japan for 50 years, had been held prisoner of the Japanese since the start of the war. She didn't want to
JAPAN. September 1945. Cheering men met us as we approached.
Allied prisoners cheer as the liberators come to free them.
Scores of allied prisoners were rele...
JAPAN. Tokyo. August, 1945. Bags of supplies were dropped by the B29's to allied prisoners in the Shinagawa hospital.
JAPAN.Yokosuka.1945.Japanese photographer T. Iwamoto of the Domei agency attaches film of the surrender of the Japanese naval base at Yokosuka to a pigeon for flight to Tokyo to be released in a Japanese newspaper.
JAPAN.Tokyo.1945.Commander Roger Simpson (center) of Task Group 6 questioning a Japanese private about a reported POW camp in the Tokyo area.
JAPAN.Tokyo.1945.Japanese civil police watch prisoners as they leave the Saitama Prefecture, a Franciscan convent 30 miles north of Tokyo, which was used as a prison camp during WWII. The prisoners were freed by the Navy and Marine Corp.
JAPAN. Yokohama. September 4, 1945. View of Yokohama, as seen from the cemetery.
JAPAN. Yokohama. September 4, 1945. Hair cut amongst the rubble.
JAPAN. Yokohama. September 4, 1945. Garden bridge destroyed after the bomb.
JAPAN. Tokyo. September 3, 1945. Woman selling water colors on the streets of Tokyo.
JAPAN. Yokohama. September 4, 1945.
JAPAN. Tokyo. August 1945. U.S. Navy seaman Paul Gray of San Dimos, California, rides a Japanese bicycle in Tokyo, Japan.
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