Allied air attack on Japanese positions in New Guinea during World War II
New Guinea Date:1943 Duration:1 min 39 sec Sound:Yes
'General MacArthur's forces launch drive on Japanese forces in New Guinea, during World War 2. Allied war equipment including airplanes unloaded at an Australian port. United States B-24, B-17 bombers launch an air attack on Japanese positions in New Guinea. Bombs dropped and cause an impact. Air gunner in one of the bombers looks down at impacting bombs.
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