U.S. troops of a colored infantry unit bivouacked in Germany during World War II
Germany Date:1944, December Duration:1 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. colored troops bivouacked among shrubbery near a field in Germany during World War 2. Large canvas tarpaulins set up as temporary shelter. Several soldiers preparing breakfast. One slices bacon into a frying pan set up on the hood of a jeep. Several other soldiers gathered around the jeep. A soldier using a long handled shovel to dig a deep foxhole. A view of him sitting down in the foxhole. View of the bivouac site with a statue, of Christ on the cross, in foreground, and tents; several troops at a campfire; and an antiaircraft machine gun in the background. Two M20 armored cars parked near a German house.
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