GIs inspect bomb wrecked German and Italian aircraft at El Aouina Airport in Tunis, Tunisia during World War II.
Tunis Tunisia Date:1943, June 8 Duration:4 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Bomb wreckage at El Aouina Airport in Tunis, Tunisia during World War II. Wrecked German and Italian aircraft on the airport. Destroyed fuel drums. The wreckage of German and Italian aircraft on the airfield. Swastika sign on the tail of the German aircraft. Parts of aircraft on the airfield. Damaged fuselage of an aircraft. A wrecked German aircraft against a retaining wall. Damaged parts of the retaining wall. A wrecked German fighter aircraft. Aircraft parts spread on the airfield. A wrecked French bomber Bloch MB.174 aircraft on the airfield. Name on the side of the Bloch 174 appears to be "Ltt LEFORT" (who was killed September 19, 1941 in Blida). The skeleton of a wrecked German Messerschmitt Me 323 Gigant ("Giant") transport aircraft. U.S. soldiers beside the wrecked aircraft. The wreckage of aircraft strewn on the airfield. A few soldiers inspecting the wreckage. A soldier seated on the wrecked Gigant transport. Soldiers walking among the aircraft wreckage.
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