U.S. 36th Infantry Division in Central France during World War II.
France Date:1945 Duration:3 min 20 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Soldiers of the 36th Infantry Division, their shoulder badges clearly visible, in central France during World War 2. The soldiers at the front. They sit behind knolls and in foxholes. A soldier watches through binoculars. Others holding rifles are seated. Signalmen fix telephone wires. Smoke rises from bursting of shells from behind the lines. A road behind the front. A Sherman tanks moves past. The tank is driven up and a GI gets aboard. The soldiers watch as the tank moves past. Trees in the area. Soldiers standing around and sitting on roadside watch as tanks move past. Smoke rises from busting of shells in the field below. The soldiers look at the smoke. GI relaxes next to road sign for Baudoncourt 2km.
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