U.S. Marines dig up and remove Japanese bomb and a mine in Guam, Mariana Islands during World War II.
Guam Mariana Islands Date:1944, July 2 Duration:2 min 45 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States Marines disarm Japanese bombs and mines in Guam, Mariana Islands during World War II. United States Marines work on ground to search for Japanese mines and bombs. A Marine digs up earth with a shovel. Men work on a dug out part of ground with tents in the background. Wrecked equipment on the field. Marines dig up earth as they search for mines. Japanese torpedo and bomb in ground. Marine removes the torpedo.
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