Prisoners reach a surrender junction in different vehicles, all supplies confiscated and taken to Britain.
France Date:1944 Duration:4 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
German Prisoners of war in France. They come to surrender to American forces at a junction set up tor the purpose. They arrive on all kind of vehicles, including supply trucks, command cars, fuel trucks, horse wagons and bicycles. Enemy war materiel and assets, including livestock and other supplies, are confiscated. Some prisoners are marched to locations. At one outdoor enclosure, a sign reads 'German Enlisted Men.' Documents and weapons are confiscated. A stack of rifles. German POWs stand disarmed. Prisoner discusses map of American and German positions with a U.S. Army Sergeant. Prisoners are questioned and searched. Some wounded German prisoners are carried by other German soldiers. Others are transported by Americans. A wounded prisoner lies on a stretcher. A jeep with Red Cross flag carries wounded. Group of German prisoners of war eating a hot meal. Others eating regular U.S. rations.
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