Allied troops take over Algiers in Algeria, North Africa during Operation Torch.
Algiers Algeria Date:1942, November Duration:5 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
An Allied naval convoy underway in harbor under protection of barrage balloons in Algeria, North Africa. Allied troops disembark a troop's transport ship at a dock. Troops and equipment are unloaded at the dock and British and American forces take over Algeria with little resistance. Allied bombers take off from an airfield. Bombs dropped from a high Altitude. B-25 aircraft in formation bomb Nazi German General Rommel's Afrika Korps in Libya. British artillery guns fired and Eighth Army moves forward pursuing German enemy. Heavy smoke rises from shell hits. British infantry leave trench protection and run forward on battlefield to engage German enemy. Large explosion causes them all to drop to the ground while advancing. British tanks and infantrymen advance past wreckage and burning German aircraft and armor. British General Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery seen with his advancing forces. Italian Army prisoners surrender under British protection. In city of Algiers, captured German officers and members of German Armistice Commission taken away by U.S. soldiers and Italian and German visitors and members of Axis Spain Fifth Column are rounded up in the city for internment. U.S. troops march on city streets. French and Algerian natives cheer for the United States and British allied troops that have taken over. United States troops decorated by General Mark Clark. Scene changes to aerial view of Italy. Cloud cover over the city. Bombs dropped over Italian targets by British and American bomber aircraft. View of explosions on ground and smoke.
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