Scenes of the horror of World War II, in the Pacific and Europe. Dead, dying, and wounded casualties of war
Pacific Theater Date:1944 Duration:4 min 39 sec Sound:Yes
From "He Has Seen War", scenes of badly disfigured dead bodies of Japanese and American soldiers killed on islands in the Pacific, during World War 2. Corpses of U.S. Marines on a beach. Soldiers dig out dead bodies from mud. Body of U.S. soldier, in mud, being fingerprinted for identification. American dead lying in a field, each with a white covering. Bodies kept under a white cover on a ship. A cemetery of dead soldiers. American dead, each draped in an American flag, being buried at sea. Exhausted and wounded soldiers walk out of a Landing Craft Vehicle. Group of tired U.S. Army soldiers look at camera with blank, exhausted, saddened faces. Sad and depressed war struck civilians. U.S. soldier lifts body of little girl from under rubble and debris. U.S. Army soldier seated beside a grieving civilian family. A dead boy lies between them. They sadly cover his body. Wounded U.S. soldier on stretcher cries out in pain. Soldiers walking in long lines to or from battle. Faces of war-hardened U.S. Soldiers and Marines. Narrator describes the nature of what these soldiers have seen and that they will be changed by their experiences.
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