Allied Operation Jubilee offensive against Dieppe, France, during World War II.
Dieppe France Date:1942, August 19 Duration:2 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied Operation Jubilee, the assault against Dieppe, France, during World War Two. A sign reads 'Dieppe'. Fighter aircraft diving down across a harbor area. German anti-aircraft guns are fired from fortified positions behind barbed wire. Explosion of a gas tank in the dock area. German defenders, in grass above beachhead, firing rifles and artillery pieces. Wrecked British Churchill tanks on Dieppe beach. Wrecked tanks and a landing craft along a shore. Dead bodies on the beach. German soldiers sitting abandoned craft in the water. The streets of Dieppe, France showing captured British soldiers being marched down a street escorted by German soldiers. A wounded English soldier being carried down a street by four other English soldiers. The wounded soldier with his left eye covered with blood. Other British casualties entering the town. Surrendering British soldiers being escorted up a country road. The coastline of Dieppe. City population going about their business. Men, women and children walking in a street. German coastal guns being erected. Various types of guns and their mountings, camouflaged gun positions, guns being raised into firing position. Coastal gun barrels. A German motor train moving through a street of Germany. A large half-track vehicle towing a string of trucks through a street. A ship plowing through a heavy sea. A large submarine fleet underway at sea. The guns of a battleship are fired. A Higgins boat going through water towards a coastline. Marines aboard the Higgins boat approaching the shore. A coastline showing invasion troops hitting the shore.
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