Chinese workers construct a bridge over Salween River, Burma for Stilwell Road, in World War II
Burma Date:1944 Duration:2 min 11 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'Bridge over Salween River' shows Chinese laborers constructing a suspension bridge for the Stilwell Road, over the Salween River in Burma, during World War 2. Workers lay the bridge floor under supervision of engineers. Blasting crew places dynamite to widen the road and an explosion occurs. Japanese aircraft drop bombs over the area. An unexploded bomb is discovered and detonated. First traffic crosses the bridge.
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