WAR IMAGES Horrific war images of explosions and wounded and dead bodies. A man lies on the ground writhing in pain. Another clip shows two soldiers attempting to carry down a limp body. The clip ends with the close up of the lifeless body of a soldier washed ashore on a beach.
PRINCE OF WALES VISIT A gunboat is seen in the distance; the uniformed Prince of Wales is greeted as he comes ashore; dignitaries in top hats are seen; huge crowds surge; the Prince of Wales gets into an open car and is joined by a man wearing a top hat; the Prince turns, looks towards the camera and smiles; people in the crowd wave their hats.
INVADING IWO JIMA Dramatic footage that shows the invasion of Iwo Jima by Marines includes shots of landing craft in water, Marines running ashore and Marines getting a foothold on a rocky beach. A leatherneck's helmet frames a view of the island from the sea. CU shows a landing craft coming through surf, POV observer on beach. Marines hit beach, run and crawl as they dodge enemy fire. Numerous angles. Amazing coverage.
Date: 1945 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:47:00, No Audio
HURRICANE Hurricane: A waterfront pier in Halifax, Nova Scotia is over taken by high stormy waves. High storm winds down power lines and destroy property, split trees cover the ground in a residential area. A sail ship in a harbor is sunk due to severe storms, the ships mast can still be seen rising above the water. Boats once docked in water have been washed ashore and sit freakishly on the ground.
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Date: September 28, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:40:00, With Audio
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