French Forces of the Interior (FFI) clear the way for Allied troops in Paris.
Paris France Date:1944 Duration:3 min 11 sec Sound:Yes
August 1944: French patriots clear the way for Allied troops in Paris. A map shows entry of Allied troops into France. French patriots draw and distribute hidden arms. Frenchmen march towards Paris. Demolition fires set by the Germans throughout the city. Quiet streets and areas of the city before the August uprising. French Forces of the Interior (FFI) Headquarters. FFI men in hideouts. A FFI command post in the city. The members map strategy and prepare arms and ammunition. A woman with a sleeve band with the letters FFI and the Free French Cross of Lorraine insignia. FFi men and women erect barricades throughout the city. Men load rifles. German tanks advance. FFI men in a street fight. A wounded African French man is helped to safety. French patriots behind barricades. A burning vehicle on the road. Smoke from explosions. A man near a wounded on the street. French man and woman disarm a German soldier. German Panther tanks flee. The French take German soldiers prisoners.
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