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 natives carry arms, ammunition and supplies for the Allies in a boat. An overnight camp of the natives. 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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