1st Engineer Assault Company at Po Valley, Italy. United States M4 Sherman tank and army trucks used for construction of a bridge at Po Valley. Tanks carry equipment. Sherman Crab Flail Tank (equipped with loose chains as mine beating apparatus) moves along road. Trucks loaded with logs drive on a dirt road. British Churchill tank carries a steel tread way bridge section. United States infantrymen advance on a highway.
1st Engineer Assault Company at Po Valley, Italy. United States M4 Sherman tank equipped with crane lifts bundle of logs called fascines. M4 tanks with steel girder platform mounted on top, transport log of bundles. Tanks with the help of crane load tread way sections of bridge onto army tucks. Trucks loaded with logs drive on a dirt road.
U.S. 86th Regiment, 10th Mountain Division soldiers in a shell torn village in Italy during the Po Valley Offensive of World War II. The soldiers stop to take a smoke after more than three days of intensive fighting. The soldiers drink water from a pump. One soldier turns the hand crank as others drink from the well.
U.S. 10th Mountain Division in Italy during the Po Valley Offensive of World War II. A split file of infantrymen on a dusty road. U.S. 10th Division Mule Pack train moves up along a road near Badia. Units of 10th U.S. Cavalry Reconnaissance troops move along the road.
Men and vehicles of U.S. 351st Infantry Regiment, 88th Division, move up to the front near Calvanzano, Italy, during the Po Valley Offensive of World War 2. Infantrymen advance along Highway 64. A jeep is seen with tall vertical wire cutter fastened to front bumper. Some soldiers rest along a road near a sign reading: 'Marzabotto'. The 'Marzabotto' sign as men and vehicles pass by. The soldiers continue along Highway 64 until they must proceed cautiously along a cleared, rnine- taped path near a blown-out section of Highway 64 between Calvanzano and Sibano. They eat and pass a blown-up village.
Men and vehicles of U.S. 351st Infantry Regiment, 88th Division, move up to the front in Calvenzano, Italy, during World War 2. Infantrymen and vehicles advance along a rugged mountain section of Highway-64 between Calvenzano and Sibano. At a bend in the road, there is evidence of a rock slide that had been previously cleared. A curved barrier has been installed in one section of the upper bank.