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U.S. Opens A New Drive On Japanese In The South Pacific (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 38966, LI 208-UN-59 - U.S. Opens A New Drive On Japanese In The South Pacific (1943) Series: Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Part 1, ships bombard the Solomon Islands. Marines land and store supplies. Part 2, shows the training and graduation of a paratroop chaplin. Part 3, the daughter of Princess Juliana (now Queen) of the Netherlands and Prince Bernhard is christened, Queen Wilhelmina attending. Part 4, a glider carrying war supplies is towed from Canada to Britain. Part 5, Gen. Giraud is met at the Washington, D.C. airport by Gen. Marshall and Adm. Leahy. He meets President Roosevelt at the White House and lays wreaths at Mt. Vernon and Arlington Cemetery.
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