German troops invade Danzig in 1939. Adolf Hitler addresses the Reichstag about Danzig and Poland.
Danzig Sudetenland Date:1939, September 1 Duration:2 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
Invasion of Danzig, 1 September 1939: People in the streets. Women read a proclamation on wall. Officials leave a building as crowd sings 'Deutschland Uber Alles'. Artillery in street fires at Poles holding out in the Post Office at Heveliunsplatz . The Germans attack them with a Steyr ADGZ M35 armored car with the name "Sudetenland" painted on its side. Two grenades are thrown from the armored car. German troops move shielded by the armored car, which fires its guns at the buliding. A fire bursts out around it. Soldiers try to put out the fire with water hoses. Soldiers dashing in the street. A motorcade arrives at the Kroll Opera House in Berlin, with Adolf Hitler in a convertible. Hitler enters and addresses the Reichstag regarding Danzig and Poland. He is greeted with cheers. Nazi officers seated for the meeting. Nazi Swastika and symbol in the hall. German occupying troops are seen driving through Danzig aboard SD Kfz 7 half track trucks, amid cheers from civilians.
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