U.S. 34th Infantry Division and British soldiers land at a beach in Agropoli, Italy during World War II.
Agropoli Italy Date:1943, September 24 Duration:3 min 13 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Amphibious landings of Allied soldiers in Agropoli, Italy during the Italian Campaign of World War II. U.S. soldiers of 34th Infantry Division and British soldiers move down the gangplank of a ship. Soldiers embark on LCTs (Landing Craft Tanks) which move them close to a beach, at which point the soldiers disembark into DUKWs (six-wheel drive amphibious trucks). DUKWs loaded with soldiers move towards the shore. They move up a beach. Infantrymen disembark from the DUKWs and move along the beach.
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