Germans advance during the Invasion of Holland, and the formal Dutch surrender during World War II.
Netherlands Date:1940 Duration:3 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
The German assault on the Netherlands during World War II. An animated map depicts the German campaign to capture Liege (Luttich) in Belgium, and Holland. German invasion of Holland and the Dutch surrender. Soldiers in prone position fire guns as they advance in a field. They run across a road, cross the Meuse (Mass) and the Albert Canal in boats. Soldiers come ashore and take cover. Smoke due to explosions. Tanks in a field. Bomb damaged buildings and bridges. Troops advance on tanks. A map of Holland depicts Rotterdam. A bridge in the city. Shops on the streets. Soldiers fire guns. German officers. Troops advance in vehicles over a bridge. Tanks on the streets. German soldiers march Belgian and Dutch prisoners of war. Deserted streets in the city. German officers in cars. An officer greets the soldiers. German officers discuss a map and strategize during a meeting. Soldiers march with their belongings.
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