Annual Saint Hubert's hunt in Compiegne, France. Pack of hounds chases a stag in field and into a stream where the stag continues trying to flee. The French sportsmen on horses follow the hounds on the scent of the deer.
An armistice signed between the French and the Germans in Compiegne, France during World War II. A German soldier on horse back salutes. The German Army on horse back enters Paris. German troops cross the Arc de Triomphe. They march on the streets of Paris. A landscape view of Paris. German Chancellor Adolf Hitler at the Eiffel Tower near the Seine River with some officials. Hitler looks at a Nazi flag fluttering. Nazi posters and boards displayed in the streets of Paris. German troops with guns stand along a street. Ferdinand Foch's railway carriage. French and German officials enter the railway car in the Compiegne Forest (Same railroad car where Germany signed surrender in World War I). Hitler reads the armistice. The railway car in the Compiegne Forest. The railway car reads 'Voiture Restaurant' which means a dining car. German and French officials get down the dining car after the armistice is signed. Adolf Hitler and German Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel get down the car.
The Second Armistice at Compiegne is signed between Nazi Germany and France at Compiegne, France on 22th June, 1940 during World War II. Seen are German Chancellor Adolf Hitler and German officers, including Deputy Fuhrer, Rudolf Hess; General Wilhelm Keitel; German Foreign Minister, Joachim von Ribbentrop; strolling past German Army honor guards on their way to railway carriage number 2419D, in which the First Armistice in World War I was signed. (Hitler had it removed from the museum where it had been stored, and brought to this location) A band plays the German National Anthem. French General Charles Huntziger, head of the French delegation, and Rear Admiral Maurice R. Leluc enter the railway carriage. Huntziger, Leluc, and French Ambassador Leon Noel are seen seated int the carriage. Huntziger signs the armistice document. General Wilhelm Keitel presents the document to Hitler, outside the train. He gives Hitler a pen, which they drop and pick up again, and Hitler signs. General Huntziger, Ambassador Noel, and Admiral Leluc leave the rail car. Hitler stretches his arms gleefully, rubs his stomach and kicks ups his heels.
The Second Armistice at Compiegne after the German victory in the Battle of France during World War II. A WWI monument covered with a German flag in Compiegne. German soldiers near the monument. German troops stand at attention. German Fuhrer Adolf Hitler, President of the Reichstag Hermann Goering, German Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel and other German officers arrive at the venue. The leaders and officers walk past the soldiers at attention. Hitler gives the Nazi salute. Hitler and the other officers enter the WWI Armistice railway car. French General Charles Huntziger and other French officers and officials arrive at the venue. The German and French officers seated around a table inside the WWI Armistice railway car. Hitler receives the French surrender from General Huntziger on June 22, 1940. The Second Armistice on the table. An animated map depicts Frankreich. Bells toll at a Parisian cathedral. Adolf Hitler with several German officers inside the cathedral. Arches, pillars and carvings in the cathedral.
German troops in formation outside the railroad car, in Compiegne, France, where Germany surrendered to France, in World War I. Now, it is being used ironically, by Hitler to secure the surrender of France on June 22, 1940. A formation of German German Dornier Do-17 bombers in flight. Aerial views of the London ablaze during the Blitz. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Lend Lease Act. Men load a truck with Lend Lease materials in boxes marked, "U.S.A." View of freight train leaving a switch yard. View of freight train passing by with cargo marked 'Bullard Machine Tools, Bridgeport, Conn."
The Armistice at Compiegne, France on 22nd June, 1940 between France and Germany during World War II. German officers including General William Keitel, accompany Chancellor Adolf Hitler as they walk past a German honor guard lined up, while a band plays the German National Anthem. French General Charles Huntziger and another officer arrive and enter a railway carriage (the same one in which Germany signed the 1918 armistice). Interiors of carriage showing French General Huntziger signing the documents. Adolf Hitler has left and is chatting with German officers outside. General Keitel presents the document to Hitler for countersigning. Hitler asks for a pen, and they drop it as Keitel hands it to Hitler. Keitel quickly retrieves it and Hitler signs. French General Huntziger steps down from the rail car and is escorted away with others of his party. Hitler expresses pure delight in chatting with members of his staff.