A large number of casualties as a result of World War II. War continues with artillery fired in Belgium, a ship underway in Atlantic, a wounded in Pacific Theater and a graveyard.
U.S. bombings on islands in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Several aircraft in flight. A map showing a flight path from Volcano Island in the Philippines to Iwo Jima in Japan. On 10th August, 1944 : A United States Army air Force B-24 Liberator bomber aircraft in flight. Several B-24s in flight. The aircraft drop bombs over target areas and explosions occur. Smoke rises from the bombed areas. A map showing the flight path to Yap island. On 20th August, 1944 : A B-24 in flight drops bombs over target areas on Yap island. Smoke rises from the resultant explosions.
A U.S. Navy training film about controlling and curing malaria among United States soldiers in the Pacific Theater during World War II. U.S. Navy officers confer about fighting malaria in the Pacific Theater. Officers at a map as they discuss the areas most affected by malaria. Officer points at such areas on the map. Water ponds and dense jungle in Pacific Theater. A malaria casualty being carried on litters. U.S. soldiers advance and walk through the jungle. Soldiers roll down their shirt sleeves. One of them applies repellent on his neck to keep of mosquitoes. A mosquito net and insect spray being used to prevent malaria. A soldier sleeps in bed in an open area without taking any precautions against the malaria causing mosquitoes. Soldiers in a mess line as they take Atabrin pills to save themselves from from malaria. A poster about Atabrin pills. Military vehicles on a beach. A sign on a building reads 'Headquarters of Malaria control' U.S. military personnel conduct census of mosquito population. Men take samples of water to detect the presence of malaria causing anopheles. Seabees detonate dynamite to blast off pools of water to kill mosquitoes. Oil being sprayed on water surface to kill mosquitoes. Scientific combat team works to control malaria. Men work on a dam to flush out mosquito breeding streams.
USS Yorktown CV-10 in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Early 1944: Animated map shows the Caroline Islands, Mariana Islands, Gilbert Islands and the Marshall Islands in the Pacific. The U.S. Naval fleet advances from Truk Islands towards an advanced naval base in the Marshall Islands, taken from the Japanese. U.S. ships underway around the fleet anchorage. U.S. Navy Aircraft Carriers, battleships, cruisers, fleet auxiliaries and support ships. Crew and aircraft on the flight deck of the 'Fighting Lady' CV-10. The crew members relax and enjoy themselves in the water. They dive and jump off a contraption into the sea. Sailors sort letters in the ship's post office. Some write letters back home. The crew assembled on the ship deck. Commander of the ship Rear Admiral Joseph James 'Jacko' Clark briefs the crew about their mission, designation to Task Force 58, and advance towards Tokyo. The USS Yorktown and other carriers of the Task Force underway. Sign boards for various Ready Rooms on the ship. Air Group Commanders and pilots ready on call. Rear seat gunners and radio men on call in another Ready Room nearby. They talk, relax, drink Coca-Cola and have ice cream. Flags on board. Commander of the TF 58 Admiral Marc Andrew 'Pete' Mitscher and Skipper Clark on the flight deck. A poster for the ship board movie 'Home in Indiana'. Sailors watch the movie. Planes in flight through clouds, the Task Force underway seeking the Imperial Japanese Naval fleet. New cruisers, Coast Guard cutters and Navy Transports in the Task Force. The patrol spots a Imperial Japanese Navy search plane, a Kawanishi H8K flying boat called 'Emily' by the Allies. The plane fires at the Task Force ships before being hit and sinking in the water. U.S. officers and sailors in a discussion. An animated map depicts the objective to move towards and free the Mariana Islands.
Allied campaign against the Axis in 1944 during World War II. Exteriors of a building in Tehran, Iran where the Tehran Conference took place in 1943. Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin, U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill seated outside the building after the conference. A map depicts United States campaign against the Japanese in the Pacific Theater. U.S. troops land at the Marshal Islands. Troops fire and advance in Palau islands. Soldiers wade through water. Flakes burst and explosions occur at sea near Saipan. U.S. troops advance inland in Guam. A blind soldier walks.
A U.S. Navy training film titled 'Medicine in action : Pacific enemy number 2 Malaria' about controlling and curing malaria among United States soldiers in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Ships underway in the Pacific Ocean with U.S. troops aboard it. Coast of a Pacific island as waves wash the shore. Natives in a village. A man cleans a rifle outside a hut. Anopheles mosquito, malaria vector. A U.S. Army doctor takes a blood sample of a native. Sample being observed under a microscope. Children with swollen stomach as they suffer from malaria. Children in the village. A man with enlarged liver. A U.S. doctor examines soldiers suffering from malaria as they lie in beds.