Negro soldiers of the U.S. Army advance and fire guns at enemy during World War II.
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:3 min 36 sec Sound:Yes
A film about achievements and role of Negro soldiers during World War II. A dramatization depicts a Negro priest addressing people at a church in the United States. At Tuskegee air base an officer pins up wings onto Negro airmen. Negro pilots in flight gear as they walk towards aircraft. The aircraft in flight. A Negro pilot in the cockpit of an airborne aircraft. Military jeeps and trucks advance. Artillery being fired on a snow covered field. Negro soldiers at guns. They build a bridge across a river during World War II. Troops loaded in trucks advance. A signalman handles a line on a communication pole. Cavalry units on a patrol. Negro soldiers fire anti aircraft guns. Infantrymen crawl across a field amidst firing.
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