U.S. 36th Combat Engineers under cover of smoke screen construct rubber ponton steel treadway bridge in Heilbronn, Germany.
Heilbronn Germany Date:1945, April 7 Duration:2 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States troops in Heilbronn, Germany during World War II. The soldiers lower a boat in Neckar river. A soldier holds a rope and ties it to the boat. Soldiers of U.S. 36th Combat Engineers under cover of smoke screen construct rubber ponton steel treadway bridge. The soldier in a boat underway and gets off from the boat at the bridge. Infantrymen of U.S. 100th Division, 399th Infantry Regiment hidden behind a wrecked building. A soldier aims with a gun and fires. Smoke rises in the background. The guard engineers at work. A Negro group of U.S. 31st Engineering Battalion operate smoke generators. A smoke screen is laid. A Negro soldier opens the generator to lay the smoke screen. U.S. soldiers on a jeep move through a wreckage town. A Negro engineer operates the smoke generator and another engineer walks up to him. The engineer with a cigar in his mouth works with the smoke generator in the battle area.
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