Australians advance as natives carry wounded on stretchers at the Kokoda front in New Guinea during World War II.
Kokoda New Guinea Date:1942 Duration:2 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Australian troops at the Kokoda front, New guinea during World War 2. Australian troops with rifles advance. Native men and women. Natives carry wounded soldiers on litters through mud and rain. Wounded being provided first aid. An injured soldiers smokes a cigarette. A soldier with a broken hand in a sling. A soldier shows his helmet. Soldiers run around in a village.
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