General Patton's 3rd Army moves towards Germany and fights the Battle of Bulge during World War II.
France Date:1944 Duration:10 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. 3rd Army under Lieutenant General Patton in World War 2. Tanks roll down. Soldiers and tankers of the 3rd Army move forward. Patton looks through binoculars. Patton with other officers. Soldiers fire artillery. A soldier talks into a radio. Patton's troops move forward. Enemy soldiers surrender. Tanks and troops move forward. Soldiers aim and fire. Soldiers in the streets of Saint Malo. German soldiers taken as prisoners of war. Civilians cheer and welcome the American troops. Soldier drinks from cups. A sign reads 'Mayenne'. Troops move towards Germany fighting on their way. Soldiers move through the jungle terrain. Patton with his officers. The 3rd Army crosses river Siene. Patton in an aircraft. The planes of the 8th Army Air Force drop bombs on the enemy positions. Tanks fire artillery. Patton with soldiers. Trucks move forward. Headlights of trucks moving forward at the night. Patton comes out of a building and sits in a jeep. Army officers including General Eisenhower and Patton have dinner. Patton with soldiers. Soldiers of the 3rd Army load and fire artillery and capture Metz. Fight in the streets of Metz. Dead soldiers lay on the ground. German soldiers taken as prisoners. American flag is raised. The battle of Bulge- Soldiers on the snow covered terrain of Ardennes. Patton's 3rd Army moves toward Bastogne. U.S. Army soldiers remove snow from ground in the icy winds. A soldier looks up into the clear sky after snow storms have passed. Aerial view of U.S. Army Air Force Mitchell B-25 bomber aircraft in formation and bombs away views as they drop bombs on snow covered German held positions below. U.S. Army tanks firing at German enemy positions. close up views and point of view shots of American soldiers firing rifles and machine guns. German prisoners are rounded up by U.S. Army, including some German soldiers wounded and bandaged. Patton decorates soldiers at a bridge with sign that says "General Patton Bridge - built by the Mighty Midgets. Company F, 1303 Engineers" (Narrator in clip is Ronald Reagan).
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