German and Romanian troops engaged in Crimea campaign against Soviets in World War II
Crimea Date:1941 Duration:1 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
Map showing Crimea and surroundings, including Dnieper, Donez, and Don Rivers, and cities of Kiev, Kertch (aka Kerch), Novorossiysk, Stalino (aka Donetsk), and Sevastopol. German soldiers looking from a high point of land overlooking narrow body of water in vicinity of the Isthmus of Perekop, in World War 2. Romanian troops in summer uniforms with short pants, enter motor boats and navigate narrow waterways lined with tall grasses and shrubs. A shell or bomb explodes throwing water high in the air. The Romanian troops beach their boats and rush ashore. Soviet shellfire strikes a beached boat which explodes in smoke. The Romanians set up a machine gun and fire it with one man pulling the belt ammunition through as another feeds it. More scenes of motorboats speeding through the narrow waterways. Soldiers with boats at a small dock.
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