U.S. Bombers In First Daylight Raid On Berlin (1944)
National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39002, LI 208-UN-95 - U.S. BOMBERS IN FIRST DAYLIGHT RAID ON BERLIN [ETC.] - Series: Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Part 1, many bombers strike Berlin and return to England, some badly damaged. Part 2, the Gripsholm arrives in New York harbor with soldiers recently freed from German prison camps. Part 3, Gen. Blamey reviews Australian veterans parading in Sydney. Part 4, Gen. William Shedd and Eleanor Roosevelt inspect garrisons in Puerto Rico. Mrs. MacArthur christens the Australian destroyer Bataan at an Australian shipyard. Part 5, German prisoners in the U.S. shovel snow and work in a shoe shop. Part 6, Italian refugees, including children, are evacuated to southern Italy.
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