The 10th and 42nd German Divisions (infantry and artillery) depart from Aumetz France near the Luxembourg border after the conclusion of World War 1. German soldiers on horses passing by on the street in the city. Houses beside the street. German troops marching from the city. Various town buildings in Aumetz seen.
People peering through a gate in Aumetz,Luxembourg. They stand near the main entrance of the building and look outside. People pass by on the street. Men stand near a gun. Buildings in the city. Men pass by on the street in front of the buildings. Abandoned German guns and equipment among munitions factories. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
Women and a child look at a window display showing two men by a National Crest. "RF" is written on the crest. German soldiers of the 10th and 42nd Divisions leave the city, as inhabitants watch. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
Views of Aumetz, Luxembourg, as German troops depart after the Armistice.
Shots taken from top of munitions factory. Departing troops seen in distance moving along road. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
German troops 10th and 42nd Divisions (artillery and infantry) march from the city of Aumetz France immediately bordering Luxembourg, withdrawing at the conclusion of World War 1. Girls watch the marching troops (and also pay attention to the camera). Buildings beside the street on which the troops are marching. Horse-carts follow the troops.
10th and 42nd Division German soldiers of artillery and infantry units march out of Aumetz France, bordering Luxembourg, following the armistice of World War 1. Soldiers on horses march along with them. People gather to watch them. Many civilian onlookers, especially children, show fascination with the camera and filming operation going on. Horse-carts pass by on the street. Children watch the marching soldiers and the camera. Buildings beside the street.