Us Troops Unloading Ships At Iceland 1946

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    US troops unload kit bags by crane from ship in docks at Iceland. Pan of the harbour showing numerous ships berthed. Soldiers head for shore on launch.

    Troops unload fighter aircraft from a ship by hand winch. C/U of a fighter plane swinging in mid-air from the winch wire as it is brought ashore to the quay.

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    Film ID:
    2327.04
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    00:01:26:00
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    01:14:30:00 / 01:15:56:00
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    UN 1534 D
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    UN 1534 D
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