New Zealand soldiers chop down trees.
The irony of fate - New Zealanders felling German timber used as barricades against Germans themselves.
New Zealand soldiers chop down trees in Germany; to be used for barricades in the occupied country. CU man chopping a narrow tree; swinging the axe in regular movement. GV panning rt. & left part of forest; with several soldiers; tree falls down to right. Then another to left. Other men at work; carrying or chopping logs.
World War One; occupation; labour; lumber; timber; logging Industry.