U.S. soldiers of the 34th Infantry Division, 442nd Infantry Regiment, in Italy during the Rome-Arno campaign of World War II
Italy Date:1944, July 13 Duration:1 min 29 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Soldiers of the U.S. 34th Infantry Division, 442nd Infantry Regiment (comprising soldiers of Japanese ancestry) march single file along a dirt road in Italy, during the Rome-Arno campaign of World War 2. The road is tree-lined and several hay stacks and a large building are seen close to the road. Three of the soldiers take up positions in deep grass. One is armed with a Thompson M1A1 Submachine Gun, and another holds a heavier weapon. The troops take a break in shade of the trees along the road. Closeup of one soldier. Several others converse in a group. One soldier "hits the dirt" in a roadside ditch and then crawls while hidden and fires across the road. He jumps back into deeper foliage.
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