After a bombing mission crewmen play games and write letters homes in Russia.
Russia Date:1944 Duration:4 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
A film on U.S. shuttle bombing operations 'Operation Titanic' over Germany from bases in Great Britain, Italy and Russia during World War II. Aircraft parked at an airfield in Russia. Paintings and insignia on the aircraft. Crewmen standing near the aircraft. They sleep in tents. They wake up and get ready. A man shaves. Others wash their faces. Colonel Albert Kepler and Russian officers confer for their next bombing mission. They select target areas for the bombardment. Gasoline, bombs, ammunition and other supplies are provided to the crew. Crewmen of a bomber aircraft play baseball and cards. Some write letters to homes. Others milk a cow. Crewmen drive in a jeep to visit war ruins. Damaged buildings and rubble in the area. People walking on a street.
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