A film on the logistics and the psychology of war. U.S. troops embarking a ship during World War II. Officers seated at a desk, discussing amongst themselves. A soldier watches the enemy actions through binoculars at the battlefront. A soldier locate places at the map of North Africa. Tunisia, Algeria written on some envelopes. Soldiers aboard a landing craft. Supplies being loaded onto a ship. Jeeps and other military vehicles are also loaded. Landings of the troops in the Solomon islands and North Africa. Army recruits discuss the war. Soldiers rest on the ground and talk amongst themselves. Buildings in the background. Soldiers stand in a formation. Soldiers march on the ground. Graphs depicts the number of U.S. soldiers serving in various branches and their willingness to work. Soldiers lined up outside a building. Information is collected on various questions like how many of them are proud of their outfit and how much hard it is going to beat the Germans. Other questions are also asked like do they understand why they fight and who is trying the hardest to win the war. Survey is also conducted about what do the U.S. troops feel about the combat and the effects of films on men.
British Eighth Army advances in to Tunisia defeating German and Italian Armies in North Africa during World War II. General Montgomery briefs British soldiers near sea coast. Tanks and trucks advance into Tunisia on a road with wrecked German machine gun post near road. General Eisenhower and General Montgomery during a meeting. Highland fighter troops on victory march on roads of a town in Tunisia. A British warship in sea and an anti aircraft gun alert on a post on Mediterranean Sea shore. United States Army advances in trucks and fights German resistance in a battle. Graves of German soldiers nearside roads. U.S. and British soldiers meet from two ends. Soldiers meet and shake hands with warmth. U.S. and British bombers on a mission to Nazi posts. Nazi anti aircraft guns fires at bombers. Posts destroyed by series of bomb explosion. Surrendered Italian and German soldiers in large numbers. Injured Nazi soldier treated by Allied medics. General Eisenhower and General Montgomery.
Tunis, North Africa. Field Marshal Jan Christian Smuts, General Sir Harold Alexander and General Dwight D Eisenhower step down from the stairs of Eisenhower Villa Headquarter. Three of them standing in their army uniform engaged in a discussion.
U.S. soldiers in Tunisia, North Africa. An oasis near El Guetter, Tunisia, North Africa. U.S. soldiers of the 1st Signal Corps take out carrier pigeons from cages. Attach messages and release the birds. The pigeons in flight. A soldier comes out of a tent.
United States Army General Dwight D. Eisenhower and British King George VI in Tunisia, Africa during World War II. British and United States officers fix the British and the American flag on the hood of a car. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, King George VI and U.S. Navy Admiral Cunningham get inside the car and drive off. U.S. sentries stand guard along a road. A huge crowd of soldiers on a beach await British King George VI 's arrival. King George speaks to U.S. soldiers.
Axis Forces collapse in Tunisia, North Africa during the World War II. Planes of Allied Forces in flight. The U.S. and British officers confer. Allied tanks and infantry move forward. The map of Bizerta. Allied Air Forces strafe the retreating German forces. German and Italian forces surrender. Captured German General Officers led away. Crowds cheer as the Allied Forces enter Tunisia. Officers enter a plane. Allied Forces including Free French Colonial Cavalry and Scotch Bagpipers parade victoriously through Tunisia. Planes fly overhead. Several Generals present. Soldiers on horses.