French civilians work together in building a bridge across the Aube River in France.
France Date:1944, August 28 Duration:1 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
French civilians build a bridge across the Aube River in France during World War II. A slate reads '80th Division to Chalons'. French civilians at work. Civilians carry a log of wood for the bridge. Two men carry a long pole across the bridge. French civilians walk across the bridge as they talk. A French flag flutters from a pole near the construction site. Few men work under the bridge. A civilian climbs down a ladder. A board reads 'Aube'. A man serves a drink to the workers. Men work under the broken bridge. A civilian with a cap drills a bridge block. French civilians build the bridge across the Aube River.
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