French Generals Charles De Gaulle and Henri Giraud with the Financial Delegation in Algiers, Algeria in North Africa during World War II. M. Roberts addresses the French Financial Delegation. Officials seated in a balcony. General Giraud addresses the delegation and takes a seat after finishing. General Charles De Gaulle addresses the delegation. People applaud after his speech. Both the Generals shake hands with the members of the committee. French General George Catroux addresses the delegation. Some officials take notes while others listen to the speaker.
5th Army Headquarters in Algeria, North Africa. General Mark W Clark along with General Dwight Eisenhower and other army personnel enter the 5th Army Headquarters. U.S. soldiers at the entrance receive and salute the Generals. Major General Alfred Gruenther and Admiral Hewitt enter the headquarters. Soldiers marching in a parade in honor of the senior officers. General Gruenther and Admiral Hewitt salute the parade. General Eisenhower pinning the medal on General Clark. General Eisenhower, General Clark, Field Marshal Tedder, Admiral Hewitt along with other British and American officers.
French officers and officials gather in front of the French War Memorial in Floral Clock Park, Algeria,North Africa during World War II. Wreaths are seen placed at base of memorial. Free French Generals Charles de Gaulle and General Henri Honore Giraud salute the guards holding French flags. Colonial soldiers salute with swords. General De Gaulle relights the Eternal flame. Large crowd gathered at the street square. US, British and Free French flags flutter in wind from flagpoles. Speakers stand is decorated with Crosses of Lorraine and Large Letters: "R V F." General De Gaulle addresses gathering. General de Gaulle and General Giraud review military units on Parade. Military band plays. A small contingent of U.S. forces marches. carrying the Stars and Stripes. French colonial units march and a contingent of cavalry ride with weapons pointed skyward. Women in uniform march.French sailors parade.
Free French civilians arrive in Algeria,North Africa during World War II. Ships arrive in harbor. Band plays. Dignitaries watch as the Free French civilians disembark ship. Civilians walk in line. Free French soldiers are given food at a hall.
Mountains near Telergma Field in Algeria. Aircraft in flight. Aerial view of mountain. Map of Africa showing location of Telergma Field. A distant view of aircraft at Telergma Field. U.S. troops march. Tents set up. Aircraft parked on field. Aerial view of coastline and mountains.
A film on the logistics and the psychology of war. U.S. troops embarking a ship during World War II. Officers seated at a desk, discussing amongst themselves. A soldier watches the enemy actions through binoculars at the battlefront. A soldier locate places at the map of North Africa. Tunisia, Algeria written on some envelopes. Soldiers aboard a landing craft. Supplies being loaded onto a ship. Jeeps and other military vehicles are also loaded. Landings of the troops in the Solomon islands and North Africa. Army recruits discuss the war. Soldiers rest on the ground and talk amongst themselves. Buildings in the background. Soldiers stand in a formation. Soldiers march on the ground. Graphs depicts the number of U.S. soldiers serving in various branches and their willingness to work. Soldiers lined up outside a building. Information is collected on various questions like how many of them are proud of their outfit and how much hard it is going to beat the Germans. Other questions are also asked like do they understand why they fight and who is trying the hardest to win the war. Survey is also conducted about what do the U.S. troops feel about the combat and the effects of films on men.