The German assault on France during the Battle of France in World War II. German war material hauled into France. Trucks are loaded at docks. Soldiers load material. German trucks haul the war material into France. A road sign gives directions for 'Mecheln, Brussel, Antwerp, Mons, Bayern'. The convoy advances. Soldiers and horses in trucks. German soldiers sort and load cans, ammunition and other war equipment into trucks. German engineers and technicians build and repair war material. Engineers repair a bridge. Huge equipment used for the repair. Smoke emitted from a locomotive engine as it crosses the bridge. Soldiers seated cleaning ammunition. German civilians manufacture war material. Workers manufacture ammunition, rifles, guns, shells and artillery pieces. German officers confer over a map on a table. Soldiers ready artillery. Trucks transport German war supplies. German soldiers eat, drink and rest. Some wash clothes, bathe, get hair cuts, get dresses, and read. A soldier bathes a dog in a tub, another washes clothes in a tub. A soldier uses a hand pump, another dries clothes on a line. The men clean ammunition, clean and shoe horses. Soldiers lined up before an officer in a field. German officers and soldiers sated at tables. Officers confer over a map. Soldiers sort mail while others write letters. A sign reads 'Deutsche Feldpost' (German Army Postal Service). A soldier with a mail bag at the entrance. He gets into a mail van and leaves. Soldiers sort mails and parcels.
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