The first phase of German assault on France and the Low Countries during World War II. An animated map depicts the German campaign to capture Liege (Luttich) and Fort Eben-Amael in Belgium. German troops invade Holland. Soldiers in trucks. Germans cross the Meuse (Maas) in boats. A collapsed bridge over the river. Armed German soldiers on bicycles cycle through a village. Soldiers drag a boat on the road. The Germans capture Fort Eben-Amael using flamethrowers. Soldiers fire guns during street fights. A soldier wades through shallow water while others cross a field amidst explosions. Bomb explosions and bomb damaged buildings. Soldiers take cover in a field. German troops cross the Albert Canal in Belgium. Troops in boats make their way across. They advance with tanks. Soldiers dig fox holes and eat. Soldiers man tanks and fire artillery. German aircraft bomb Allied positions. Bomb damaged buildings and ruins. Black smoke arises due to explosions. German soldiers march Belgian and Dutch prisoners of war on a street.
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