Royal Air Force bombers drop bombs over target areas in Burma during World War II.
Burma Date:1944 Duration:2 min 1 sec Sound:Yes
The Royal Air Force bombs Burma during World War II. British airmen on an airfield in Burma. Bombs brought in on a bomb cart. An airman rolling a bomb to the underside of an aircraft to fix it onto the bomb rack. A few airmen fixing the bomb onto the bomb rack on the underside of the wing. A man in front of one of the wings of the aircraft and the pilot standing in the cockpit with the hatch open. The bomber aircraft taxis on the airfield and takes off. The aircraft in flight over the clouds. The pilot in the cockpit. Aerial views of the target areas in Burma. Bombs being dropped on the target areas. Explosions occur and smoke rises from the explosions.
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