U.S. engineers construct bridge on the Ledo Burma roads in South East Asia during Allied Invasion of France during World War 2
South East Asia Date:1944 Duration:3 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Bridge construction on the Ledo Burma roads in South East Asia during World War II on 5 August 1944. Aerial view of the flooded and damaged roads and bridges. United States engineers watch as the worker operates crane. They instruct the bridge building. Mountains in the background. Cable is pulled over tower by the block and tackle. Cable anchors are embedded in hillside caves. View of the completed suspension bridge. American and Chinese workers clear debris using bulldozer. Allied soldiers look at the map and discuss. Soldiers move with the horses loaded with their belongings. They cross flooded stream. Aircraft in flight. Supplies are dropped by parachutes on field.
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