Propaganda film 'The Price of Rendova' documents the taking of Rendova Island in the Solomon Islands during World War II. A naval task force assembles at Guadalcanal. Cargo is hoisted. Animated map shows the strategic importance of Rendova Island and that it is taken in order to facilitate operations against the air base at Munda. General MacArthur with other officers. Face of older officer. Big naval guns fire. Faces of tired and worried G.I.s. Landing crafts with soldiers are unloaded from a ship and they move towards Rendova Island. Amphibious vehicles land on the island. Troops take positions on the island. The island is covered with tall trees. Marines are attacked by Japanese snipers. The troops advance on the island. Coconut logs on the ground. The troops fire artillery. Explosions occur and smoke rises. Dead Japanese soldiers on the ground. Soldiers talk on a radio device. Signal officers wave semaphore flags to signal the troops on a beachhead. Essential materials needed for war, medical supplies and food are unloaded from a ship onto the landing crafts.
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