Japanese-American Army officers examine map during World War 2. Japanese-American soldiers talk on field telephone and walkie-talkie. Soldiers crouched in woods waiting to advance. Soldier carries bazooka. Soldiers advance through woods. Soldiers lift litter case onto jeep. Jeep with wounded on litter tied to hood. Machine gun crew fires machine guns.German prisoners march under Japanese-American guard. Column of American-Japanese single file along road. Members of the U.S. Lost Battalion come back. Soldier with blanket wrapped around him. Members of Lost Battalion trek back to lines through woods. Group of Lost Battalion members rests with Red Cross insignia in the foreground. Soldiers eat and smoke.
U.S. troops arriving in Army trucks, one company at a time, for 24 hours rest on the West band of the Moselle River, after combat on the East bank, during World War 2. The soldiers receive a hot meal, a hot shower and shave,issue of clean clothing, and get to attend a movie.(Poster advertises the film Bathing Beauty, starring Esther Williams and Red Skelton.) The next morning, troops board trucks to return to the front line again. Scene changes to U.S. troops in snow, as winter arrives. Squadron of British Spitfire aircraft seen on snow-covered field as airmen refuel them from hand-carried gas cans. An American Army woman nurse clears snow from military vehicle in Paris. General Jean de Lattre de Tassigny, Commander of French Army B, consulting with Major General Wade Haislip, Commander of the U.S. XV Corps, during Winter campaign in Vosges Mountains. French forces firing a mortar. British forces entrenched and machine gunner trying to keep warm. Uniformed British women volunteers trying to keep warm in their office bunker. Allied infantry entrenched and moving across a field. American soldiers in the Ardennes forests suddenly find themselves under attack by German artillery and tanks.
United States soldiers fire shells at German Headquarters in Sultzeren, France during World War I. American soldiers in position at Gerardmer, Vosges Mountains, Alsace. The soldiers load and fire artillery. Explosions at the German Headquarters.
The Battle of Ardennes (16 December 1944 - 25 January 1945) on the Western front. British tanks advance towards Western Front. Infantry row across a small stream in Holland. Machine guns are manned. Tanks and infantry cross railroad tracks and a bridge over the Maas River. Prisoners are marched to the rear. German citizens greet British troops. German prisoners push a wounded comrade in a cart. Animated map. Germans in Belgium and Luxemberg: Germans take out their belongings from truck. Sign board of 'Bastogne'. Civilians are evacuated from Bastogne and their credentials are checked by U.S. Troops. Military traffic moves forward. Allied Tactical Air Force planes firing rockets in flight overhead. Explosions over target. Captured German vehicles move over fields. Prisoners smoke cigars and cigarettes. Supplies are dropped. Allied Tactical Air Force planes are in action and explode targets. Smoke rises from target. German captured guns fired.
French soldiers with war dogs in Vosges region of France during World War I. French soldiers with war dogs advance on the front. A soldier covers the mouth of a dog. Leashes are tied around the necks of dogs. The dogs move in trenches and on the field. Bombardment on the field. Smoke arises due to bombardment. A dead body of a soldier on the field. Dogs in the field.
American troops of the U.S. 5th ,21st, and 130th divisions First Army troops positioned at Gerardmer, Vosges Mountains in Alsace, Germany, fire artillery shells on the German Headquarters at Sultzeren on August 27th, 1918. (World War i; World War 1; WWI; WW1)