United States 303rd Infantry Regiment, 79th Infantry Division crosses bridge under fire in Haguenau, France. A Soldier runs. Soldiers in prone position on bridge, fire Browning Automatic Rifles (BAR) in defending bridge over Moder River. Soldier runs under trees. Soldiers under fire cross small bridge. A soldier fires from behind a tree. Scene of bridge and posts. Soldiers run and sit beside the bridge
United States 303rd Infantry Regiment, 79th Infantry Division destroys bridge in Haguenau, France. Scene of bridge and post. Demolition charge is layed to blow-up the bridge. Soldiers run from the bridge. Soldiers come out of trees in snow covered area. View of giant explosion and debris raining down as bridge is destroyed by demolition charges. Cloud of smoke rises. Scene of destroyed bridge. Smoke behind houses. View of another bridge being destroyed by demolition charges. Small Infantry rear guard fires at German forces from edge of river and retreats across bridge
U.S. Army soldiers fight against the Germans during the Battle of Bulge in World War II. U.S. soldiers retreat and engineers prepare and lay mines and barbed wire fences. U.S. soldiers on a snow covered field. A map of Belgium depicts the Nazi drive into the region of Bulge. Allied aircraft bombard German town. Nazi prisoners of war being marched. U.S. Army Air Forces C-47B aircraft drop supplies to U.S. troops at Bastogne. U.S. 3rd Army advances in the regions. Damaged buildings in the city and dead bodies in streets. Soldiers fire rifles in a street in Haguenau, France. Credential being checked by officers. Soldiers fire rifles and artillery and speak over field phone. Alsatian women being freed from a prison. Senator James F. Byrnes speaks about the U.S. soldiers fighting in the war during a war bond drive.
314th Infantry Regiment of the 79th Infantry Division of the United States Army entering Haguenau, France during World War 2. An M4 Sherman tank moves cautiously along street, keeping close to structures at side of road. Another M4 is ahead in the background. The lead tank fires its gun. A Sherman tank parked in front of a house. Several infantrymen seen here and there from time to time. A left side close up of an M4 tank moving slowly in the village.
U.S. troops of the 314th Infantry Regiment, 79th Division, entering Haguenau, France, during World War 2. An M4 Sherman tank moves slowly along the village road. Infantrymen check individual houses for German snipers. A different view of M4 moving along the road. Another parked at side of road, ahead. U.S. soldiers entering a French house with part exposed timber construction. Troops looking out through shell holes in side of a house. A black dog with two U.S. soldiers as they walk beside a picket fence..
Infantrymen, of the U.S. 314th Regiment, 79th Division, move cautiously through woods in Haguenau, France, in World War 2. They are accompanied by two M4 Sherman tanks, moving slowly along a village street. One of the tanks fires its gun three times, as troops stay sheltered amongst the trees. Afterwards, the troops leave their cover and proceed to check houses for snipers.