Views from U.S. Army aircraft strafing Japanese targets in Kagoshima prefecture during final days of World War II
Kagoshima Kyushu Japan Date:1945, August Duration:2 min 3 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Gun camera views from U.S. Army Air Forces aircraft strafing Japanese targets in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan, during last days of World War 2. Pilot dives toward a settlement in a rural area, with guns firing. He then attacks a coastal town, from the sea. Fires seen burning in the town. He proceeds a short distance inland, where dense smoke billows from numerous fires already burning. He climbs up steeply to avoid the smoke. Next, he attacks a coastal town, from the land side. Fire is burning as passes over it. Final seconds show strafing rounds striking a tall structure in a built-up town.
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