U.S. A-36 Invader aircraft bombards marshaling yards and communication lines in Furbara, Italy during World War II.
Furbara Italy Date:1944, June 19 Duration:2 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
Air attacks against Italy during World War II. A map of Italy shows the location of Rome. U.S. Army Air Forces A-36 Invader aircraft in flight over Furbara to strafe marshaling yards, communication lines and railroad bridges. An aircraft dives and drops bombs. Billows of smoke rise as the bombs hit the target on April 14, 1944. Another A-36 aircraft drops two 500 pound bombs. Smoke rises after an explosion.
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