American and Burmese instructors train recruits in mine laying in Burma during World War II.
Burma Date:1943 Duration:2 min 41 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. OSS (Office of Strategic Services) officers train Burmese recruits in Burma during World War II. American and Burmese instructors with the students on a path in the jungle. The instructor gives instructions and demonstrates mine laying near huts in a clearing. The students watch. The y mark positions on either side of the road and lay mines. The recruits in camouflaged hats. The instructors demonstrate and inspect. The students lay mines in the thick foliage. Dust flies on the jungle path.
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