U.S. tanks accompany troops of 314th Infantry Regiment, 79th Division, into Haguenau, France, during World War II
Haguenau France Date:1944, December 10 Duration:1 min 30 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Two M4 Sherman tanks move slowly along a street in Haguenau, France, accompanying infantrymen of the 314th Regiment, 79th Division, as they advance through the town, attempting to clear out any German defenders, in World War 2. View of two large buildings, possibly a church and school. The town appears deserted. Trees line the street. Smoke rises from firing or explosion on outskirts of town. Three wounded soldiers are seen on the ground near a damaged building. One is lying down with his head resting on his helmet. another is lying down, and the third is seated upright with a blanket wrapped around him. At another side of the building, a soldier is on the ground, with a leg wound. He raises himself slightly to adjust a bandage or tourniquet on his leg. Glimpse of American soldiers running along a path in the town.
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