Chinese Nationalist Kuomintang (KMT) forces enter town of Teng-Chung, Yunnan Province, China, in World War II
China Date:1944, June Duration:2 min 6 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Nationalist Chinese Kuomintang (KMT) troops attacking Japanese-held Teng-Chung (also Tengchong or Tengchung), a city in Yunnan province, on the Burmese border, during World War 2. A chinese Captain, watches through binoculars, as his infantry leave trenches and advance toward a hilltop fortification. Shells burst near the summit and around the advancing troops, who carry poles and ladders.Upon reaching the outer walls they use the ladders to scale them and enter the fortification. Later, KMT soldiers are seen sheltering against buildings as the town is struck by Japanese shellfire. They run forward, and one of them employs a flame thrower. They run past barricades and burning vehicles, toward a damaged building. Two riflemen take up prone positions, as the soldier with the flame thrower passes in front of them. The infantrymen crawl forward cautiously.
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