Rare D Day color film
Mas 36 French Bolt Action Rifle One of The Most Powerful Of All time. The one thing French are great at is weapons, their tanks were at the beginning of WWII some of the best in the world maybe even the best. The german tanks could only knock them out with multiple tanks on one French tank or by using the 88mm AA gun to knock them out. After France fell the Nazis gathered every none destroyed tanks and used them themselves because they were so good. Sorry this is in german english version or subtitled version I couldn't find.
Strafing Countryside And Railroad Lines (1945)
India-based B-24 Liberators of the 493rd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, 10th Air Force, drop radio-controlled Azon bombs on Pegu-Martaban Railroad bridges in Burma on January 29, 1945. A bright flare on each bomb's tail allows it to be followed by eye to the target. The bombardier operates a toggle to move the Azon's tail fins and thus guide the bomb's path with great accuracy. Photography by 10th AAF Combat Camera Unit. Source: Record Group 18, CS 3117, National Archives II. Copy from original film converted to VHS then to VCD.
1945 Gun-Cam Raw - Strafing Japanese Vessels
WW2 film about the 8th airforce bomb raid over Germany