U.S. Army infantrymen entering a village in Germany during World War II
Bitschhofen Germany Date:1944, December 10 Duration:1 min 27 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. infantry move into a village North East of Bitschhofen, Germany, during World War 2. A tall stone wall is at their right and houses in the background. Scene shifts to U.S. colored troops bivouacked. Several stand in a group conversing. Tents are seen in the background. One soldier passes straw to another who uses it to line a trench, large enough for two or more. He is also seen lying in the trench, and sliding along in it until he is out of sight. Last scene is a glimpse of another soldier preparing his foxhole.
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