U.S. Infantry in Bitschhofen, Germany, during World War II
Bitschhofen Germany Date:1944, December 10 Duration:1 min 27 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. soldiers are seen walking into a village already occupied by U.S. infantrymen, who are lined up carrying their individual mess gear as they move in an outdoor chow line. A little smoke can be seen from an outdoor mess stove (unseen). A sign identifies the town as: "Bitschhofen, Kreis Hagenau." The arriving U.S. troops continue, walking through, and out of the town, along a wet muddy road. Other soldiers, in the town, bring their food back from their mess kitchen. The troops passing through, slog in the mud.
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