British pilots take off to photograph enemy lines, an airfield is prepared and personnel celebrate in Eastern France.
Eastern France Date:1939, October 30 Duration:1 min 32 sec Sound:NO SOUND
British pilots fly over the West Wall to photograph enemy (Germans) forts and troop concentrations in Eastern France. British fliers stand near aircraft of the Royal Air Force. They look at a map. The pilots get into the aircraft. An obstacle in front of the wheel of an aircraft is removed. The aircraft takes off over the West Wall to photograph enemy (Germans) forts and troop concentrations. Trucks in a forest. Men work in a trench. A British personnel holding equipment in his hands smiles. Airfields are prepared: Trees are cut and a bulldozer passes along a road to level the land. The aircraft lands. The pilot goes into a tent. He looks at photographs. One British personnel inspects holes in a wall. A man pushes a cart. A woman stands outside a house. British personnel read newspapers. They celebrate by drinking.
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