The U.S. Engineers clearing out rubble and providing pure water supply to the civilians in the European Theater.
European Theater Date:1944 Duration:2 min 48 sec Sound:Yes
A film depicts the operations of the United States Engineers in the European Theater during World War II. The engineers working on the field. Rubbled houses and buildings in the area. Engineers clearing out the rubble from the area. Wrecked railroad station. Wrecked locomotives and rail roads. Engineers working for the provision of pure water. They use the purification equipment. People gather on the street. The oil pipelines laid. The pipelines supply fuel to the war machines. Ships anchored at shore. Men clearing out rubble from the area. Other men detecting land mines in the area. They lay dynamites on the field. The dynamites explode. Men firing rifles.
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