U.S. soldiers in Luxeuil-Les-Bains, France during World War II. Jeeps ford a river. A bulldozer spreads gravel over a crossing. Trees in the background. Other soldiers watch the activities.
U.S. soldiers in Luxeuil-Les-Bains, France during World War II. U.S. 36th Division M4 tanks and M10 tank destroyers loaded with soldiers move through streets. The streets are lined with cheering civilians. Buildings along the sides of the streets. People wave towards the soldiers.
French civilians gather on streets in Luxeuil-Les-Bains, France during World War II. A woman standing in the balcony of a building. Small flags on the building. A French workman climbs up a ladder. He repaints the French tricolor on a metal flag hanging from the building. People gather on the street. They look at the workman and cheer.
French civilians gather on the streets in Luxeuil-Les-Bains, France during World War II. The civilians gather on a street. They hold flags. A board on a wall reads: 'L Escadrille La Payette'. The civilians cheer.
Allied logistics supply operations getting started at Arromanches-les-Bains, France, following the Normandy invasion in World War 2. A large Landing Craft Infantry LCI(L) number 153 is seen beached, along with many other landing craft. Various other ships are seen along with cranes and equipment along the beach. Field ambulances move along the beach road. Camera focuses on LCI(L) number 642. Some larger ships are offshore. Trucks move along the road, and soldiers and Coast Guardsmen are seen.
View from road overlooking French village of Arromanches-les-Bains, where the Allies established a logistics port during the Normandy invasion of World War 2. Barrage balloon is aloft over the water. Allied ships are visible in the distance. Camera turns in opposite direction, looking out over village rooftops. The barrage balloon is seen more clearly, and some ships are close to shore, where much war materiel is gathered on the beach. A group of U.S. soldiers walks down a sandy road toward the water. A group of French civilians watch the activies, from the hillside. A Landing Ship Tank (LST) is close to shore. Cranes and supplies and equipment line the beach. A variety of ships are in the water behind the LST.