Views of ammunition depot allegedly sabotaged by Germans within the United States during World War I.
United States USA Date:1917 Duration:2 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The United States of America in 1917. Scenes of sabotage within the United States allegedly committed by Germans during World War I. Smoke from buildings on fire at night after an ammunition depot explodes. Flames rise high from the buildings. Widespread destruction. Debris on a railroad track the next day. Views of crater filled with artillery shells after the explosion. Damaged window panes of buildings and a railroad car. Men point to shell that is embedded in the side of a railroad car. View of artillery shell lodged in a door. Damaged buildings. Women and children left homeless by ammunition depot explosion. Refugees eating. A sentry paces in front of a "Woman's Garments" store that has had its windows blown out.
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