Bombing and firing at a beach and Mount Suribachi in Iwo Jima, Japan by U.S. Marines.
Iwo Jima Date:1945, February 19 Duration:5 min 34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of U.S. Marines off the shore of Iwo Jima, Japan during the Battle of Iwo Jima, World War II. A Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVTs) on its way to Iwo Jima beach. A Landing Ship Medium (LSM) in the background. Iwo Jima and Mount Suribachi in view. A wave of LVTs with troops aboard underway towards Iwo Jima. A Landing Craft Infantry (LCIs) in the background. Smoke rises from the bombardment at Iwo Jima shoreline. Airplanes bomb Iwo Jima beach. The wave of LVTs approach the beach in the foreground. Mortar fire close to an LVT. Iwo Jima beachhead shows marines pinned down at the water's edge. Explosions as shells burst in the background. The marines fire guns from battleships and destroyers offshore. Iwo Jima shoreline shows many explosions and heavy smoke as the shells hit the beach. The LCI fires towards the beach. A rocket barrage bursts on the beach. A wrecked Japanese ship. Rocket trails in the foreground.
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