U.S. soldiers and engineers construct a bridge and fill purified water in tanks in Italy during the Italian Campaign
Italy Date:1943 Duration:2 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary television program depicts the role of U.S. soldiers in the Italian Campaign during World War II. Animated map of Italy. Soldiers fire guns in a small town. Smoke rises due to firing. U.S. soldiers on tanks and trucks enter the town. Damaged buildings and rubble on a street. Troops walk past damaged building. U.S. troops and engineers construct of a bridge. They use a mobile crane for fast construction. The mobile crane in water. Troops at work during the construction. A truck moves on the bridge. The troops fill drinking water in tanks. A soldier fills hot water in a shower tank. Animated map of Italy shows U.S. troops moving towards their next destination. A small town and a dead soldier. The Volturno River. U.S. 3rd Infantry Division advances. A soldier carries a wounded German soldier and loads him in a jeep. Civilians are given first aid by the soldiers. An oil pipeline passing over a river. Two soldiers seated near the pipeline
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