GIs and natives build a log bridge and an M-3 tank moves across the bridge in Buna, New Guinea during the Battle of Buna-Gona.
Buna New Guinea Date:1943 Duration:2 min 53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
American soldiers in Buna, New Guinea during the Battle of Buna-Gona of World War II. American soldiers and natives building a bridge of logs in a marshy area. One of the natives works with a hammer to fix the logs. The logs laid end to end in the marshy area to form the bridge. The natives carrying supplies walk on a path in the area. An M-3 tank among the trees with soldiers beside it. Two soldiers cutting wood. A few soldiers standing beside them. The soldiers seated on the tank. The tank moving on the bridge of logs. Other soldiers watching the tank. Columns of natives carrying supplies across the marshy area. A few men carrying guns and back packs moving on the bridge of logs.
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