Rare D Day color film
WW2 film about the 8th airforce bomb raid over Germany
Flak Training for Pilots in WW 2
Published on Mar 26, 2013 Without resupply, the battle on Saipan was hopeless for the defenders, but the Japanese were determined to fight to the last man. Lieutenant General Yoshitsugu Saito organized his troops into a line anchored on Mount Tapotchau in the defensible mountainous terrain of central Saipan. The nicknames given by the Americans to the features of the battle—"Hell's Pocket", "Purple Heart Ridge" and "Death Valley"—indicate the severity of the fighting.
1945 Gun-Cam Raw - Strafing Japanese Vessels
1945 Last Days of Air War in Europe - Part 2 of 2