U.S. war correspondents at a in France shortly after the Allied invasion of France during World War 2
France Date:1944 Duration:1 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army soldiers and U.S. war correspondents in France shortly after the Invasion of France by Allied forces. A war correspondent walks on a Normandy beach. Many triangular beach obstacles with mines attached to them placed there by German forces and slave laborers. A French family poses outside a house. A young girl poses and smiles. U.S. troops advancing to attack at the St. Lo line. Views of the city of Valognes. Military vehicles and U.S. Army soldiers pass by destroyed buildings in Valognes. A U.S. war correspondent walks on city streets. Correspondent seated at the edge of a fountain with Allied flags in the background. HE signs an autograph for a young boy.
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