9th Infantry Division in WWII – Archival Film Footage

9th Infantry Division In WWII
– The Archival Film Footage Collection –

Sgt. Bernard Newman, who filmed a lot of 9th Infantry Division film footage as part of the 165th Signal Corps.

9th Infantry Division in WWII – Archival Film Footage
Belgium – September 1944

3 September 1944
– Tanks of the 746th Tank Battalion in support of the 60th Infantry Regiment, fire from a roadside at the Belgium town of Philippeville.
– 81mm Mortar Crew of B Company, 1st Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division fires several rounds.
– Observers use walkie-talkies and field phones to direct fire.

4 September 1944
– The town of Beaumont is liberated: Towns people greet American soldiers of the 9th Infantry Division.

NARA SOURCE FILE:
111-ADC-2276

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29 and 30 June 1944
– Men of the 9th Infantry Division on the move near Cherbourg.

NARA SOURCE FILE: 
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16 August 1944 – Town of Le Grais, France
US infantrymen of 2nd Battalion, 39th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division enter the town and are greeted by civilians.

16 August 1944 – Town of Lonlay-le-Tesson, France
US infantrymen of the 2nd Battalion, 39th Infantry Regiment in the town of Lonlay-le-Tesson.

NARA SOURCE FILE: 
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16 August 1944 – Town Beauvain, France
General Manton S. Eddy and US infantrymen and their commanders of 47th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division enter the town and are greeted by civilians.

NARA SOURCE FILE: 
111-ADC-2122

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