(Caption below Photo)
March through Manila, led by Brady (left), Hayashi and Stanley,
took the Japanese through deserted streets. Near the end of the
march some Filipinos ran across the road and the nervous Japanese
soldiers broke for cover. Shamed by loss of face, Hayashi and
his officers, who were left standing in the road, coaxed their
men out and went off toward their own lines.
Note: Ernest Stanley was the Worker that had been the interpreter between the internees and the Japanese.