All the information about Corregidor Island, the ex Fort Mills, before, during and after WWII.
Zf606. This must be Battery Crockett of Fort Mills on Corregidor Island but what is unique about this image is that machinegun tower. That is the clearest picture we seen of the machine gun towers but I believe it was ordered not to use them; they seemed to be a great target for strafing runs. […]Read More
Zf605. This picture shows the Malinta Hill Tunnel west entrances in Fort Mills on Corregidor Island, the fuel storage entrance is pretty clear. Notice there seems to be in position, still pieces of rail tracks over the trolley overpass at the bottom of the picture. This is a San Diego Air and Space Museum WWII […]Read More
Zf604. This is the clearest picture I have seen of the Stockade level in 1945 in Fort Mills on Corregidor. Hey, fots2 and oozlefinch, I see at least 2 AA guns and they are still in their positions. This is a San Diego Air and Space Museum WWII image from the donated album of T.B. […]Read More
Zf609. This is a view of Fort Mills on Corregidor Island in 1945 looking east. Smoke and dust clouds from bombing runs prevent it being a clear picture. The aircraft camera is somewhere above the officer quarters, near the Fort Mills Hospital. The hospital is at right. This is a San Diego Air and Space […]Read More
Zf602. This is the Santa Thomas University in 1945, then used by the Japanese Imperial Aggressors and occupiers, as an internment camp for allied civilian personnel. Look at all the hootches that have constructed by the allied civilian internees. This is a San Diego Air and Space Museum WWII image from the donated album of […]Read More