The problem of getting U.S. supplies from Calcutta to Santahar through rail road lines during World War II.
Calcutta India Date:1945 Duration:4 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
A film based on problems of getting U.S. supplies to China from Calcutta, India during World War II. U.S. trucks and jeeps parked at U.S. 28th Air Depot in Calcutta. Indian laborers unload supply crates from the trucks. The supply crates are transported to a dock. A barge at a dock in the Hooghly River. The laborers unload crates from a truck onto a rail road car. A train heads for Santahar. Native laborers unload supplies from the train in Santahar. Heavy trailers on flat rail road cars. The laborers carry gasoline drums on poles. They work around railroad tank cars. The laborers load boxcars with supplies.
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