U.S. infantry men use different weapons like rifles, bazookas and machine guns during World War II in European Theater.
European Theater Date:1944 Duration:9 min 37 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. infantry men in combat using various weapons. U.S. infantry men move forward towards the battle field in European Theater during World War II. The troops fire. They use different weapons like rifle, Bazookas, machine guns and hand grenades. Smoke arises due to fire. Troops in LCV (Landing Craft Vehicles) under way at sea. They reach the shore and get off from the craft. Glider planes in flight. Troops march forward and fire. A General briefs them the routes on a map. U.S. soldiers fire an artillery. Infantry men carrying rifles. They sit in a group. A man reads caption sheet. The caption sheet gives information about the soldiers. The soldiers stand in a group, move up and in action. Soldiers fire an artillery. Smoke arises due to firing. The troops board a truck A soldier in a foxhole in the snow area and eats food. Industrial scenes used to stress upon the importance of the civilian war workers. The workers of an industry at a factory. Men at work in the ammunition factory as they work on the machine gun trigger. People at work in the industry. A tomb of an unknown soldier.
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