Damage and burning ruins in a village and a signalman speaks on a telephone in Isigny, France during World War II.
Isigny France Date:1944, June 9 Duration:18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Explosions in a French village in Isigny, France during World War II, three days after the D-Day invasion of France. Smoke rises due to explosion. The civilians pick up their personal gear. Damage and burning ruins in the village. Three U.S. soldiers look at the burning building. A U.S. Army signalman speaks on a telephone. A soldier stands beside him holding a gun.
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