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From of the United News collection, a World War II news series created to boost morale at home and abroad.
ALLIES BREAK NAZI GRIP ON HOLLAND, 1944: 1. British troops advance in Holland, using tanks, infantry, and flamethrowers. Dutch citizens are rescued from debris. 2. Allied aerial operations in Burma, Germany, and the Indian Ocean are shown. 3. Athens is liberated by British troops. Crowds cheer arriving soldiers. Shows Prime Minister Papandreow, the Acropolis, the Parthenon, and Greek guerrillas.
WESTERN AIR FRONT, 1944: 1. Shows aerial views of Aachen, Germany, after bombing. British planes bomb Cologne. 2. A German armament factory, set afire by Danes, burns in Denmark. 3. Allied troops attack the Scheldt Islands by land, sea, and air.
ALLIES CLEAR SCHELDT ISLANDS, 1944: 1. Allied troops invade the Scheldt Islands. 2. Gen. Eisenhower honors Gen. Spaatz and British Gens. Arthur Harris and Leigh-Mallory. 3. Citizens of Bucharest cheer liberating Russian troops. 4. Yugoslav patriots receive supplies by air. They drill and are reviewed by Marshall Tito. Wounded patriots are evacuated.
ARMISTICE DAY IN FRANCE, 1944: 1. Shows ceremonies at Compiegne. 2. Allied troops advance through mud and snow in Europe. 3. The German battleship Tirpitz is bombed and sunk on the coast of Norway. Shows Hitler at its launching in 1939. Shows British Air Marshall Harris. 4. Japanese-American soldiers rescue soldiers of the 36th Division surrounded in France.
RUSH REPAIRS OF SUPPLY SHIPS, 1944: 1. Sailors and Seabees in England repair damaged ships. 2. U.S. Military police in Paris assist soldiers and civilians. 3. Soldiers receive, mark, and return absentee ballots. 4. The 3rd Army fights in Metz and crosses the flooded Moselle River under a smoke screen. The 7th Army battles near Strasbourg. The 1st and 9th Armies fight at Aachen. Shows equipment advancing as artillery and tanks barrage German lines.
EISENHOWER IN BRUSSELS, 1944: 1. Gen. Eisenhower is welcomed and places a wreath on the tomb of the Belgian unknown soldier. 2. Trucks of the Transportation Corps carry supplies in France on the "Red Ball" Highway. 3. The 8th and 9th Army Air Forces fight German planes and bomb German cities. Allied troops advance in Germany and take prisoners.
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