American Airborne assault on Netherlands and battle for Aachen, during World War II
Germany Date:1944, October Duration:5 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower and British Marshal Bernard Montgomery walking together and consulting a map, during World War 2. Sky filled parachutes of American paratroopers dropping from U.S C-47 airplanes over the Netherlands. A German airplane shot down and crashing with an explosion. U.S. C-47 aircraft towing gliders. U.s. Gliders landing in farm fields, some upending in the process. Paratrooper using crash an ax in attempt to rescue injured soldier from a crashed glider. U.S. military vehicle driving across the Rhine River on the Remagen bridge. A fallen soldier on the bridge sidewalk. U.S. forces driving through Eindhoven, Netherlands. U.S. Army artillery firing on AAchen, Germany. U.S. P-38s bombing the city.Views of destroyed buildings in Aachen. A U.S. sherman tank exiting tunnel to a street. Sign above tunnel reads: Aachen-RotheErde. Urban warfare in and around Aachen. U.S. tank destroyer firing. U.S. tanks firing. U.S.infantry firing small arms. House-to-house combat.German prisoners being escorted under armed guard. American flag being raised on municipal building in Aachen, Germany. German refugees from the city with their belongings. A German woman ,with her family, talks with an American soldier.
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