U.S. troops set up a 81 mm mortar and attack German snipers in Paramé near Saint Malo, France during World War II.
Saint Malo France Date:1944, August 8 Duration:1 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The United States Army in Paramé near Saint Malo, France during World War 2. Soldiers of the 315th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion set up an 81 mm mortar and fire it. U.S. patrol accompanied by M-4 Sherman tank. Soldier firing Browning automatic rifle. Infantrymen make their way through town streets, firing at German troops shooting at them from buildings. U.S. troops kick in door of a building and are seen escorting German prisoners of war with their hands over their heads. A dead German soldier. U.S. medical corpsman treating leg wound of American soldier. U.S. troops assisting the wounded soldier along a street. A cathedral in background.
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