U.S. soldiers place TNT explosive charges and move toward the Nakdong River in South Korea
South Korea Date:1950, July Duration:2 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
The Korean War in South Korea. U.S. army soldiers place Trinitrotoluene (TNT) explosive charges on roads, bridges, and railroad tracks to stall enemy advances. Explosion of a TNT charge followed by large smoke cloud. Army jeep moves on the road. U.S. Army soldiers engaged in street fighting behind a fence barrier. A bridge over the Nakdong River is seen, partially down. Views of the Nakdong River from surrounding hillsides. U.S. Army firing artillery at enemy positions across the Nakdong River. U.S. planes firing on enemy positions on roads. Views from plane-mounted cameras.
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