Generals and officers visit Seventh Army CP in Luneville, France. Major General Louis E Hibbs sits in a car. Another officer also gets in the car with him. The car moves. 63rd Infantry Division, Major General Harry J Collins and 42nd Infantry Division Lt General Jacob L Devers discuss with other officers. Car arrives at the place. Cars parked in the background. Officers and Generals enter a room.
German troops advance with tanks near Rhine River in France. Western Front map. German soldiers on tanks move on road. German officers look at the map and converse with each other. Troops advance. Trucks move in forest area. 'Moncel-les' written on a building. United States prisoners taken near Luneville in France. German soldiers patrol on streets. Damaged buildings and debris.
U.S. soldiers of the 779th Ordnance Company, 79th Division vote in Luneville, France during World War II. The soldiers standing outside a building. An officer explains the voting procedure to them. Men walk inside the building. They cast their votes and place the ballots in a box. A notice gives information about the voting by federal ballot.
U.S. 79th Division replacement pool in Luneville, France during World War II. Men of the 2nd Battalion, 313th Infantry Regiment wait in a courtyard for trucks to transport them to their newly assigned organizations. They are checked by a sergeant. The soldiers board the trucks.
Map highlighting France, Belgium, and low countries, and German border city of Aachen. Soldiers riding on German Panther tanks camouflaged with foliage. They pass infantry walking along the side of the road. A Panzer IV with side track protectors. Commander of the German 5th Panzer Army, General Hasso von Manteuffel, conversing with officers of the 116th Panzer Division, September 1944. German tanks and infantry moving across a field. German soldier firing from prone position in a field. Knocked out American halftracks. Captured American jeep and halftrack. A very young German soldier escorting Two ambulatory wounded American soldier prisoners of war. A small group of American prisoners of war. German field artillery firing and smoke rising from their shells exploding in distance. German troops entering town of Moncel-Les-Luneville, in Northeast France. Fire burning in the town. German armor moving slowly. A huge smoke column rising in background.
German troops of the 5th Panzer Army advance to engage invading Allied forces on the Western Front during World War II. Camouflaged German tanks and assault guns moving rapidly along French road while infantry walk alongside. Tanks position in a wooded glen, where German General of the Panzer Troops, Hasso von Manteuffel, confers with his staff. German tanks and infantry move across a field. A bandaged German soldier is assisted walking. Smoke rises due to artillery fire. German soldiers with bicycles. American prisoners of war are marched in a group. Artillery being fired. German tanks and troops in the streets of Luneville, France. A German soldier looks through binoculars. A U.S. armored vehicle in flames. Several captured U.S. halftracks.