Post-war film showing damage to Yokahoma, Japan, from bombing by U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II
Yokohama Japan Date:1945, September 7 Duration:1 min 32 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Idled ships and cranes at damaged port of Yokahoma, Japan, seen right after end of hostilities in World War 2. Port facilities reduced to steel skeletons from bombing by USAAF in the war. Camera pans over the city from a high point of land. Ocean in background. Wide swaths of completely burned-out areas in the foreground. There is hardly any notable human activity. Scene changes completely to aerial view from aircraft flying overhead. Brief glimpse of a U.S. B-24 Liberator bomber flying below, close to the ground (probably preparing to land). Aerial view of airfield in distance.
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