Japanese troops conduct live fire maneuvers in Japan
Japan Date:1933 Duration:1 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
Opening scene shows several Japanese soldiers firing a 105mm cannon in a field. Soldiers firing small arms from a trench. A messenger dog carrying a pouch through smoke. It contains ammunition that soldiers remove in a trench where the dog delivered it. Soldiers in prone positions, reloading rifles in smoke from surrounding fire. Messenger dog seen again running through the haze. Japanese artillerymen firing Type 38 75 mm Field Gun. Battery of several firing nearby. A Japanese Army 90-series bi-plane flies overhead and drops a small object by a small parachute. A Japanese Renault FT camouflaged tank moves across the field. Japanese officers observing through binoculars. Two soldiers run carrying a Type 3 Heavy Machine Gun and set it up next to another in the field. Smoke rising from several spots in the field. Cavalry charge across the field. Artillerymen load and fire a 75mm field piece. Smoke rising behind several corn stalks. An airplane drops another small object by parachute. A Renault tankette moves across the field. More cavalry in the field. A Type 89 medium tank I-Go moves at high speed past the camera, raising smoke in its wake.
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