Soldiers embark onto ships and land in the Solomon islands and North Africa during World War II.
European Theater Date:1944 Duration:5 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
A film on the logistics and the psychology of war. U.S. troops embarking a ship during World War II. Officers seated at a desk, discussing amongst themselves. A soldier watches the enemy actions through binoculars at the battlefront. A soldier locate places at the map of North Africa. Tunisia, Algeria written on some envelopes. Soldiers aboard a landing craft. Supplies being loaded onto a ship. Jeeps and other military vehicles are also loaded. Landings of the troops in the Solomon islands and North Africa. Army recruits discuss the war. Soldiers rest on the ground and talk amongst themselves. Buildings in the background. Soldiers stand in a formation. Soldiers march on the ground. Graphs depicts the number of U.S. soldiers serving in various branches and their willingness to work. Soldiers lined up outside a building. Information is collected on various questions like how many of them are proud of their outfit and how much hard it is going to beat the Germans. Other questions are also asked like do they understand why they fight and who is trying the hardest to win the war. Survey is also conducted about what do the U.S. troops feel about the combat and the effects of films on men.
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