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American airmen at German prison camp Stalag VIIA, near Moosburg, Germany, after April 29, 1945 liberation in World War 2.

Liberated American prisoner reading the Stars & Stripes newspaper, at German prison camp for allied airmen (Stalag 7A) near Moosburg, Germany. Several American former prisoners being interviewed, include a Tuskegee airman, 2nd Lt. Alexander Jefferson. Former prisoners posing in a group for the camera. Former prisoners strolling around the grounds of the prison, and sitting outside its buildings. (They are awaiting transport to local airfields where they will board C-47s to Camp Lucky Strike near Le Havre, France, for processing home.)

Date: 1945, May 7
Duration: 2 min 47 sec
Sound: No
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
French War Brides at Camp Philip Morris in Le Havre, France.

Camp Philip Morris in Le Havre, France. War brides of American soldiers at railway station preparing to travel to Camp Philip Morris. Several American soldiers are seen with their wives and babies. The war brides fill the train and it leaves the station, as American Military Police in white helmets stand and salute. Passengers look out of the windows of the railroad cars. A sign reads 'Camp Philip Morris'. War brides arrive by bus and carry belongings to their quarters. Camp buildings in view.

Date: 1945
Duration: 60 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
U.S. soldiers board a ship after their re-deployment in Le Havre, France.

Re-deployment of U.S. soldiers in Le Havre, France during World War II. A ship at a pier. Soldiers of 35th Division walk up a gangway. They board the ship. The soldiers carry barrack bags. A band plays. Major General Franklin Rose presents a plaque to Corporal Alvan N. Corgers. A Red Cross girl kisses the Cpl before he boards the transport. A rope from the transport is let down to a tug boat. The tug boat tows the transport away from the pier.

Date: 1945, August 20
Duration: 2 min 54 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
German Luftwaffe bombers drop bombs over Le Havre at night during the Battle of France, World War II.

German invasion of France during the Battle of France in World War II. A fleet of German Luftwaffe aircraft in flight over Le Havre. German bombers drop bombs over the city at night. Nazi pilots in the aircraft. The aircraft drop bombs. Explosions on the ground. Burning targets. German aircraft bomb English transport ships in the English Channel off the coast of Le Havre. Explosions in the water. he German fleet in flight. Explosions due to the bombardment.

Date: 1940
Duration: 2 min 22 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: German
 
 
Controversy idles Merchant marine crews and ships in Port of Le Havre, France

Aerial view shows the port of Le Havre in France, with no visible activity. The SS Liberte, SS Ile de France, and SS Antilles are docked but the port is idle. Several uniformed guards patrol the docks. In the town of Le Havre, merchant marine officers and crewmen emerge from building in town square displaying the French tricolor above its roof. Posters on either side of the building entrance read to the effect that the maritime Officers and men are right, about an issue in controversy. Many bicycles in evidence and several cars parked along street.

Date: 1954
Duration: 1 min 10 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
The casket containing the first American Unknown Soldier is viewed in France and carried through Paris and LeHavre.

Ceremonies attending the burial of the unknown and unidentified American soldier after World War I in France. France honors the Unknown U.S. Hero before the body is transported to America for burial at the Tomb of the Unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The ceremony marks the selection of the Unknown Soldier to be taken to the Untied States for burial. French citizens in Chalons France pay final homage to the body of the American lying in state at the City Hall in Paris, France. French men, women, and children wait in line and then file through to pay last respects. A banner on the road honors the American Hero. French soldiers stand by the large crowd of mourners outside the City Hall. People emerge from the Hall and more inside the Hall. View of the coffin with the simple offering of white roses to indicate that this would be the body sent back to the U.S. to represent all of his Unknown Soldier brothers. United States and French soldiers around the coffin. Close-up view of U.S. Army Sergeant Edward F Younger, who fought in all the American offensives and who had the honor of selecting the body from among four identical coffins on October 24, 1921, at the City Hall in Chalons-en-Champagne, France. A car arrives. French and American Generals emerge and greet the waiting officials. General Allen with a French General near the coffin. Allen pays tribute to the Unknown Soldier. The Generals and officers salute as the coffin is taken out of the City Hall and laid in a caisson. Marching troops lead the procession. The casket is brought to Le Havre where French citizens turn out in respectful tribute. Soldiers carry the casket past railway carriages followed by military officers and government officials. A large crowd on the streets watches the procession. The horse drawn caisson moves through people gathered on either side.

Date: 1921
Duration: 6 min 2 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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