Japanese infantry and tanks train and exercise in wintertime. Japanese infantry and cavalry in fair weather training exercises.
Japan Date:1933 Duration:3 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
Japanese infantry are seen in live fire exercises during the winter. They fire small arms and machine guns as they advance from point to point across snow-covered fields. Japanese soldiers firing a machine gun from a position hidden beneath frozen snow-covered foliage. Japanese soldiers climbing the roof of a building and knocking down its brick chimney to gain a protected firing position. Several views of Japanese troops firing the guns on their Type 89 Yi-Go tanks, as they advance in the snow. The tanks running through barbed wire defenses and maneuvering. Closeups of tank negotiating deep ditch and climbing hill in snow. Scene shifts away from snowy conditions to Japanese infantry and mounted cavalry exercises in fields and woods. Cavalry enter a wooded area. Infantry run across fields, and ignite smoke screen generators. Soon white smoke obscures the scene. Soldiers fire from prone positions. Cavalry executes several charges across the fields, recorded by the camera from various points of view.
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