U.S. B-24 aircraft bomb targets in Japanese occupied Hanoi and Haipong, Indochina, during World War 2
Indochina Date:1943, October 24 Duration:1 min 50 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army Air Force B-24s bombing targets in Japanese-held areas of Indochina, during the Second World War. View of U.S. Army Air Force B-24 from waist gun position of another B-24. View from B-24 (below 10,000 feet) over an airfield. Waist gunner poses, without oxygen mask, at his machine gun (not firing). View from 17,500 feet as B-24s bomb a supply depot in Hanoi. Clouds of smoke rise from numerous bomb explosions. B-24s on mission to bomb Haiphong, Indochina. Aerial view of B-24 named "80 Days," with two dice (a Five and a Three) pictured under its name. Bombs falling from B-24s as they bomb smelting and foundry plants from 17,000 feet over port city of Haiphong. Smoke rising from targets.
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