Civilians and EMs outside an American Red Cross club and a cafe in Casablanca, Morocco.
Casablanca Morocco Date:1943, January 26 Duration:3 min 20 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Civilians and Allied troops in Casablanca, Morocco during World War II. A statue of a French officer on a horse in front of a building. Two armed guards stand in front of the statue. A truck drives past the statue. A monument. A tall building in the background. Tents, trailers and trucks near the monument. Exterior of a building. 'American Red Cross U.S. Service Men's Club' written outside the building. EMs ( enlisted men ) enter and leave the building. Civilians and EMs standing outside the gate. Children and civilians walking on the street near the club. Buildings along the sides of the street. EMs and civilians with two French girls in front of a cafe.
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