U.S. soldiers operate M36B1 tank destroyers in Germany and Allied cargo arrives at the port of Rouen in France.
European Theater Date:1944 Duration:1 min 26 sec Sound:Yes
Activities in the European Theater of Operations during World War II. M36B1 tank destroyers in Germany. The tank destroyers advance through slush and mud. Soldiers of the 692nd Tank Destroyer Battalion attached to the U.S. Army 104th Infantry Division, seated on the tank destroyers. A 90mm gun is test fired. A soldier removes the barrel cover and fires the gun. Soldiers observe the impact. First United States Army soldiers instruct the 8th Infantry Division troops about the use of captured German guns. A soldier demonstrates the use of a captured German Panzerfaust, a recoilless anti- tank launcher. A tank is hit. Damage caused by the hit. France: The port of Rouen along the Seine River. Various ships arrive with cargo for the Allies battling at the Rhine. A LIberty and Victory ship arrives. The Marine Division of the Army Transportation Corps on board. Women soldiers at work. A soldier near an organizational chart on the ship.
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