Australian soldiers in Timor raid a village and get supplies after establishing contact with the headquarters.
Timor Date:1943 Duration:4 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
Australian troops in Timor during World War II. A map of Timor. Australian troops isolated on the island. The soldiers cook food and eat. A man holds a coconut and takes a bath. Natives help a soldier to bathe as they pour water. Soldiers plan a run raid on Japanese positions. They look at a map. They attack a native village. People run away to save their lives. Australian troops construct a radio set. They work on the radio to send messages to the nearby head quarters. Authenticity of their messages is tested. On being proven authentic help flies in. A plane in flight as it brings mail, food and arms. Soldiers read their mail.
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