This short of three clips is part of a traveling exhibition profiling the US Army Signal Corps career of photographer and cinematographer Walter Rosenblum, one of the most highly decorated WWII cameramen who landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day and documented the liberation of the concentration camp at Dachau.

Clip 1: D-DAY + 1 OMAHA BEACH RESCUE, 7 June 1944: Footage shot by Sgt. Val Pope, 163rd Signal Photographic Co. Soldiers aided to shore with rope line and raft by men of the 5th Engineers Special Brigade after their landing craft was wrecked by heavy surf

Clip 2: U.S. 14th ARMORED DIVISION CAPTURES GEMÜNDEN, GERMANY. 5 April 1945: Footage shot by T/4 WALTER ROSENBLUM, 163rd Signal Photographic Company

Clip 3: U.S. 14th ARMORED DIVISION LIBERATES PRISONER OF WAR CAMP [OFLAG XIII-B] IN HAMMELBURG, GERMANY 6 April 1945: Footage shot by T/4 WALTER ROSENBLUM, 163rd Signal Photographic Company.

They Fight With Cameras Exhibition Co-Producers Nina Rosenblum and Daniel Allentuck, Daedalus Productions, Inc. and Francesco Zizola, 10b Photography Gallery; Curator Manuela Fugenzi. For further information, please contact Nina Rosenblum at nr@daedalusfilms.org and visit daedalusproductions.org.

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