Allied troops and war correspondents landing and digging in at Utah Beach in Normandy, France, after D-Day, in World War II
Normandy France Date:1944, June Duration:2 min 27 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied troops and war correspondents arriving at Utah Beach in Normandy, France not long after D-Day Invasion in World War 2. War correspondents Pete Carroll and Wes Hanes carry equipment across the beach. A ship grounded on the beach in the background. Allied troops, military vehicles and tanks on the beach. Bulldozers clear the road for the troops. Ships anchored and grounded at beach. Barrage balloons in the sky. Soldier drinks water. Military Police personnel dig trenches and fox holes behind a concrete wall. Banner reads: 'Green Beach HQ'. Troops and vehicles at the camp. German soldiers taken prisoner,with hands above their heads. Soldiers and war correspondents at their first Command Post in Normandy. Soldiers seated under a tree. One stands near a stream. U.S. General Joseph Collins talks to his officers. War correspondents including Larry LeSueur and Bob Landry eat and drink at the command post.
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