Lt. Gen. Carl Spaatz and Maj. Gen. F. L. Anderson plan 'Operation Titanic' at a USAAF headquarters in the European Theater.
European Theater Date:1944 Duration:2 min 59 sec Sound:Yes
A film on U.S. shuttle bombing operations over Germany from bases in Great Britain, Italy and Russia during World War II. Animated diagram shows the advantages of using Russian airfields during the operation. United States Army Air Force Lieutenant General Carl Andrew Spaatz seated at a desk in his office. Deputy Commanding General for Operations Major General F. L. Anderson discusses the plans with other officers in his office. They plan 'Operation Titanic' at a USAAF headquarters. Ships at a British port are loaded with supplies including food, gasoline, bombs, ammunitions, trucks, jeeps and other equipment. A man watching through binoculars from the deck of a ship. A convoy passes through the Arctic Ocean. Supplies are unloaded in Russia. These are transported by train to a headquarters in Russia.
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