American soldiers and Australian soldiers arrive in Buna, New Guinea during the Battle of Buna-Gona.
Buna New Guinea Date:1943 Duration:5 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
A film on the Battle of Buna-Gona in New Guinea during World War II. A map showing distance of Buna from Australia and Port Moresby. Thick jungles in Buna-Gona. American soldiers arriving in aircraft. The troops in trucks. An aircraft in flight. The soldiers inside the aircraft. Men trained in Australia. The aircraft arrives at a field. Australian soldiers get out of the aircraft. The soldiers and Papuan natives in the field. The natives carrying supplies move across a marshy area in the jungle. The soldiers holding guns crossing a water body. The soldiers moving across a bridge. The soldiers among the trees. The soldiers and the natives working to build a log bridge in the jungle. An M-3 tank moving on the bridge with a soldier atop the tank. Other soldiers watching the tank. Engineers building another bridge in the jungle. The Papuan natives carrying the supplies move on a path in the jungle. The natives wading through a water body. The 114th Engineers building a native-type hut. Wounded soldiers are carried on stretchers on the bridges by the natives and are evacuated. The soldiers and the natives beside the hut drinking from cups. The natives watch the soldiers. Several soldiers seated on the ground. A few soldiers inside the hut planning their action.
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