Japanese surveyors do a survey in Kobe, Japan after the bombings of World War II.
Kobe Japan Date:1946, April 21 Duration:1 min 44 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A survey of incendiary bomb damages inflicted upon Kobe, Japan during World War II. A U.S. freighter tied at a dock. American grain is unloaded into a U.S. Army vehicle. A U.S. truck as it pulls away from the ship. The ship's boom lowers a load of wheat into the truck. Japanese surveyors at work in Kobe. A surveyor makes a note on a map stand. The surveyors at work in a street. Pedestrian traffic moves about. A closer view of a surveyor and his instruments.
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