New Guinea natives carry supplies for the Allies and the Allies bombard a Japanese held island in the South Pacific.
New Guinea Date:1943 Duration:4 min 38 sec Sound:Yes
War between the Allied Forces and the Axis troops in the South Pacific during World War II. New Guinea Papuan natives carry arms, ammunition and supplies for the Allies in a boat. An overnight camp of the Papuan people. The natives carry the supplies across mountains and makeshift bridges. The Australians inspect a Japanese submarine in Sydney Harbor, Australia. They remove the firing mechanism of the torpedo and the instrument which helps a torpedo to find its way once fired from a submarine. U.S. and Australian naval forces move towards a Japanese held island and bombard it. The sailors load and fire artillery. Smoke rises in distance as the shells hit the targets. U.S. Marines survey the damage. Dead Japanese soldiers. A lone U.S. Marine with captured Japanese prisoners.
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