U.S. Marines dig up and remove Japanese bombs and mines in Guam, Mariana Islands during World War II.
Guam Mariana Islands Date:1944, July 2 Duration:2 min 52 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States Marines disarm Japanese bombs and mines in Guam, Mariana Islands during World War II. United States Marines search for Japanese mines and bombs. A Marine removes a detonator from the ground. He removes a detonator from a Japanese torpedo. A view of the mine detonation and disposal operation area. Wrecked equipment on field and ships at sea in the background. Wrecked barges on the coast. A Marine disarms an aerial bomb set in the ground. A Marine digs up earth and removes a Japanese mine from the ground.
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