Battle for New Guinea. (1940 - 1949)

Film-document №66473 1 part, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Operators: Damien Parer

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Australian operator Damien Parer after shooting in Libya, Syria, Greece and visited the front in New Guinea.

It Parer front of the camera.

The vessel with the American flag off the coast of New Guinea, the soldiers on the shore.

The landing of troops on the island.

The airfield, the soldiers board the plane.

Flying Squadron, landing.

Soldiers marching to the camp.

flooring construction of logs, machine rides on it.

Promoting inland through rainforests, first by car, then on foot.

Air raids.

View from the air of the countryside.

The natives looked at the sky.

Above the village of fly airplanes, bombing, fires.

Paratroopers descend on the earth.

Marines collect items, weapons, food cooked on the fire, clean weapons, go to the jungle, go chain.

On the tree of the American soldiers and the native-conductor.

Shooting a machine gun, the gun in the village.

American soldiers in the camp, the commander made a speech to the soldiers, they receive mail.

The natives are wounded American soldier on a stretcher.

The field hospital, the treatment of wounds.

A soldier in a helmet shows the hole.

The natives have a stretcher-bearers with wounded soldiers through the jungle river.

Downpour begins, the soldiers rush to hide in ukrytie.

PNRM. for those soldiers.

Soldier wounded in the arm.

The Americans are in the jungle

Key words

England, New Guinea jungle, war, weapons, buildings, Gos.simvolika, soldiers, troops, airfield, air force, water transport, destruction, forest, military equipment, air force, natives, wounded, mail, medicine, river, natural phenomena