Allied troops and equipment reach a beach in Southern France during World War II.
France Date:1944, August 14 Duration:2 min 52 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied troops during the invasion of southern France during World War II. Allied warships and rocket ships bombard the coast of Southern France. Blinker lights flash. Allied troops transfer from a transport ship to landing barges. The barge pulls away. Smoke rises from the coast as a result of Allied bombardment. Allied troops climb down a net to landing barges. They head for the beach. Troops in landing barges. At the beach tanks, trucks and other vehicles unload from LCI (Landing Craft Infantry), LCM, LST (Landing ship Tanks). Tanks and trucks advance inland. Troops walk along the beach.
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