Natives unload gasoline drums from a U.S. supply ship at Horiko Beach, New Guinea during World War II.
New Guinea Date:1943, May 17 Duration:56 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Unloading of gasoline drums from a U.S. supply ship at Horiko Beach, New Guinea during World War II. Natives unload drums from the supply ship into water. They push the floating drums towards the shore, roll them on the beach and load them onto trucks. American soldiers stand around.
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