Famous tourist destinations, landmarks, and architecture in Munich, Germany before World War 2. View of Marienplatz with the Town Hall to its right and Frauenkirche in the background. View of St. Peters Church and the Karlstor (or Charles Gate) while looking west on Neubauer Strasse. A tram moves under the gate. Cars and people on a street. Shops on either side of the street including the Hamburg-Amerika Line office. Views of the Former Royal Palace (Munich Residenz or Munich Residence) with streetcar trams, horse carts, and pedestrians in the foreground, the Deutsches Museum or German Museum, the University of Munich and the National Theater Munich. A fountain in front of the university. A girl feeds pigeons.
The Fasching parade in Munich, Germany. People gather in a large number on a street. Buildings along the sides of the street. American Army band participates in the gala parade. People watch the celebration from the buildings. Crowds line street as marchers, floats and bands parade. People cheering.
International Air Show in Munich, Germany. Luftwaffe D-33 aircraft in flight. American and Italian planes give an aerobatic performances. French fighters perform stunts as they leave a vapor trail behind.
Officials sign the Munich Pact in Munich, Germany, permitting Nazi German annexation of Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland. British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in Munich along with German officers. French Prime Minister Edouard Daladier speaks to a German officer. German Chancellor Adolf Hitler and Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini enter a building. The officials sign the Munich Agreement.
U.S. soldiers raid houses in Munich in search of suspects during World War II. Line of tanks, jeeps, and half tracks along roads and streets of Munich on swoop raid. Army vehicles move through bombed out Munich. Infantrymen run along street of Munich. Soldiers raid house for suspected under grounders. Soldiers search a house. A man being arrested. Suspect enters a Command Post. Officer questions the suspect. Suspected homes being raided by soldiers, arrests are made and suspects being brought in for questioning. Suspects leave the Command Post afterwards.
U.S. infantrymen and tanks advance towards Munich, Germany during World War II. A U.S. motorized column moves towards Munich. A tank laden with infantrymen fords a stream. U.S. troops cross a stream in small boats. Infantry patrols move through fields and into the streets of Munich. Infantrymen talk to German civilians after entering Munich.