Allied warheads at a session of the Joint Allied War Council in Washington DC to discuss war strategy during the World War II.
North Africa Date:1943 Duration:3 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
The Allied Forces fight the Axis troops during World War II. Joint Allied War Council in session in Washington DC. U.S. Army Chief of Staff, General Marshall; U.S. Chief of Air Forces, General Arnold; U.S. Admiral Leahy and U.S. Admiral King and other British and United Nations warheads at the meeting. A map of Europe and North Africa. In North Africa British and American bombers drop bombs on the German supply lines. The allied soldiers advance in pursuit of the retreating enemy. German and Italian prisoners are taken. U.S. General Eisenhower points at a map. General Doolittle shown. From the White House U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt addresses the people of France in French over the radio. An American ship at a French port. French children welcome the ship. A man distributes free milk and food to the French children.
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