U.S. Army Rangers in Weymouth, England, prior to the D-Day invasion of France in World War II
Weymouth England Date:1944, June 3 Duration:2 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Pre-invasion activities of United States Army Rangers in Weymouth, England during World War 2. The rangers walk past an American Red Cross tent, adjacent to Greenhill Gardens, Weymouth, where they receive coffee and doughnuts before sailing. A sign at the tent reads: "From the folks back home through the American Red Cross." A U.S. guard and a British guard patrol Weymouth Seafront, beside a gun emplacement on the esplanade in front of the Jubilee Clock Tower. An insignia on the ramp of Landing Ship Tank 357 (LST-357) reads '357' and shows a stork carrying a baby with the words 'We Deliver'. The ramp is raised.
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