Gun crew of the U.S. 93rd Armored Field Artillery Battalion in Weitbruch, France, during World War II
Weitbruch France Date:1944, December 6 Duration:1 min 32 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Artillerymen of the U.S. 93rd Armored Field Artillery Battalion are seen carrying 105mm artillery shells in their stowage cases. They dump them onto the ground near their 105 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage M7 (aka Priest) parked under camouflage netting. Change of scene shows two soldiers removing shells from a parked delivery vehicle. Several other soldiers stand around a camp fire. Another vehicle and a couple of tents are seen. The horizon is clear and unbroken except for three widely separated trees and two pointed objects (possibly church steeples) in the distance. Four soldiers relax and converse around a campfire. One smokes a pipe.
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