U.S. transport airplanes drop supplies and the New Guinea natives carry wounded to the field hospitals during the World War II.
New Guinea Date:1942 Duration:4 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
Allied Forces fight the Japanese in the South Pacific during World War II. U.S. transport airplanes bring supplies for the American and the Australian soldiers in New Guinea. The natives look up as the planes fly. The planes swoop and drop supplies. The Allied soldiers pick up the supplies from the mountainside. The troops clean their rifles. The Australian troops on offensive against the Japanese. The troops return back to the outposts. The natives carry wounded soldiers to the field hospitals. Soldiers tend to the wounded. A soldier lights a cigarette for another who is on a stretcher. A soldier with his arm in a sling. The Australian soldiers walk through ankle deep mud.
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