A meeting of French officers at Hotel Brenner in Baden-Baden, Germany. A sign on a building. People and vehicles move on the road in front of the building. Views of Hotel Brenner where the officers of the French Commander-in-Chief are. Two soldiers stands guard at entrance of the building. An officer enters the building. French Government in Germany: French officers seated at a conference table. The meeting is presided over by General Marie-Pierre Koenig, French Commander-in-Chief. On his right is Administrator General Emile Laffon, who is in charge of the civilian administration of the French Zone. On his left is his political counselor Jacques Tarbe de Saint -Hardouin. On the left of Saint-Hardouin is Koenig's deputy General Henri Navarre.
Buildings of French Government in Baden-Baden, Germany. The building of the military government of Sarre. Vehicles and people move on a road in front of the building. A sign:'Gouvernement Militaire de la Sarre'. People at the entrance of the building. Views of the road in front of the building. General Emile Liffon, who is in charge of the civilian administration of the French Zone, in his office. He talks over a phone and works. The flag of France on a building. Sign " Gouvernement Militaire Rhenanie Hesse Nassau" on the building.
French children from Marseilles, France are quartered at a hotel in Baden-Baden, Germany. Exterior of the hotel where the children from Marseilles are quartered. The children leave the hotel. A sign on the hotel reads as 'Colonie des enfants de Marseille'. Children play on lawns. The hotel in the background. An outdoor class: the children at desks. A teacher teaches them. The children learn. The children walk on a road past road markers and signs.
Famous tourist destinations and architecture in Baden Baden, Germany. View of the Collegiate Church in Baden-Baden. People walk on a path in a garden. A bridge seen over a stream. Men and women at the Golf Club. A large crowd at the Horse Race Course. Men and women celebrate with wine and food. Children enjoy eating cakes and sweets. A man with a fishing rod near a small stream. Pebbles and trees in the background.
The Swedish American ship Gripsholm arrives at New York harbor carrying American soldiers and others exchanged for German prisoners. 160 were internees at Vittel. Others included American diplomats from Vichy who were being held at Baden-Baden. Soldiers stand on deck and wave as ship is docked at Pier F in Jersey City. The soldiers disembark the ship. The Wounded soldiers. Diplomats and war correspondents talk about the conditions of Germany as it is losing the war. Douglas MacArthur (nephew of General Douglas MacArthur) is seen with a dog as he arrives. Ralph E. Heinzen of the United Press describes conditions in Germany and stresses that Germany is losing the war.
Infantry moves into Baden-Württemberg, Germany during World War II. Soldiers fire rifles from the bank overlooking the Rhine River. Trees in the foreground. A path in a field. Artillery observers look through field glasses from their observation posts . Soldiers and vehicles of United States 302nd Regiment, 94th Division move through the town. The entrance doorway of a building. Two soldiers search prisoner. Another soldier with a rifle stands guard. The soldiers fire rifles from the bank overlooking the Rhine River.