French naval gunner fires a Lewis 30 calibrated machine gun mounted on a wooden frame as French Air Service and French Naval personnel look on. View of warehouses at Camp Hunt, also known as Le Courneau located about 60 kilometers southwest of Bordeaux, during World War 1. Men carry supplies from a building and load them on to a truck. Aerial view of warehouses and barracks of Camp Hunt. A Letord bi-winged aircraft taxiing as ground crewmen hold wing and assist.
Buildings and hangers at World War I Aerial Bombing School Cazaux, Gironde, France. An aircraft taxiing on water. A bi-winged twin engine Letord aircraft parked. Aerial view of Aerial Bombing School Cazaux and of Camp Hunt, also known as Le Courneau, southwest of Bordeaux, France. Cameraman seated behind the pilot is taking pictures from Letord aircraft.
The United States Army enters St. Lo, France during World War II. Soldiers among hedgerows as they hunt for German snipers. The soldiers walk along a dusty road leading to St. Lo. Heavy firing takes place. Captured German nurses march after being released. American and British soldiers receive medical aid. The soldiers walk through a mined area. A U.S. Army truck on fire. The soldiers hunt for the snipers. They enter a building. A damaged building. A sign reads ' Refugee camp off limits'. French refugees at a camp as children play and women look on. The U.S. flag on a soldier who lost his life during the battle.
Map showing Germany and nearby regions after conclusion of World War I. Writing indicates areas on map including Battle Line at End of Hostilities, Line to Which Germans Must Retreat, and Neutral Zone (between the two areas). Slate indicates that German Kaiser Wilhelm II had just abdicated (28 November, 1918) and shows footage of Kaiser Wilhelm II on horseback at a formal event. Next scene shows a massive human formation of soldiers in the shape of the Liberty Bell known as "The Human Liberty Bell", formed by 25,000 officers and men at Camp Dix, New Jersey to celebrate the armistice in World War 1 and the abdication of German Kaiser Wilhelm II. Camera pans upward to show the human bell from base to top. Next scenes show key Allied military leaders in World War I: British General Haig reviewing troops; France General Philippe Petain emerging from a building; Group of French soldiers marching; Italian General Diaz together with French officers reviewing troops; and King Albert of Belgium exiting a building outside Paris during World War 1 and entering a waiting horse-drawn carriage. View of United States President Woodrow Wilson reading newspaper and seated in a chair. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
Richard Hunt's sculptures in Paris, France. Richard takes his daughter on back. He talks with his daughter. Richard with a male model. They talk to each other. Richard weighs stones in a large beam balance. Put stones on a small trolley and move it. They make it hot and pour liquid into molding vessel. They walk away from there. They see their model which is ready. They fix it up.
Animated map shows the Japan Sea. Views of Japanese war criminals in Omori Prisoner of War Camp. Among those seen are Hideki Tojo, Colonel Hashimoto, General Koki Hirota, and others. They are seen eating inside the prison. But Tojo is shunned by the others (because of his blundered suicide attempt) and eats alone. United States soldiers hunt for valuable Japanese treasure in a Japanese barnyard. They find bricks of silver in an underground sealed room . Valuable metal worth millions of dollars is found from defeated Japanese. A pile of silver bricks.