German outpost being shelled by U.S. artillery fire in Vieux-Brisach,Germany, during World War 2.
Vieux-Brisach Germany Date:1945, February 13 Duration:1 min 30 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Infantrymen of U.S. 3rd Division, 30th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion advance in Vieux-Brisach, (aka Breisach am Rhein) Germany during World War II. Soldiers run into trenches along the bank of Rhine River across from the city. The interiors of outpost overlooking Rhine River. A soldier looks through binoculars as another uses walkie-talkie to direct artillery fire. German outpost being shelled by U.S. artillery fire and smoke billows up from explosions. The ancient building being shelled, sitting on the highest hill in the area, is the 12th Century St. Stephan's Cathedral (German: Das Breisacher Stephansmünster)
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