German tanks, trucks, and motorized infantry roll into Narbonne and Marseille during World War II.
France Date:1942, November 12 Duration:2 min 25 sec Sound:Yes
German troops in France during World War 2. A map depicts Frankreich (France). A sign at a line of demarcation reads 'Demarkationslinie'. A soldier checks the time in his watch. German tanks, trucks, and motorized infantry enter the former "Zone libre," effectively ending its free status and militarily occupying it. They roll through French villages toward the South Coast of France. The convoy crosses a check post. The convoy on a long winding road through hills. German forces enter the city of Narbonne. Soldiers and tanks on the city streets. Shops on a sidewalk. Civilians including children watch the Germans. Soldiers sit, read and rest. Military vehicles on a tree flanked path. Children look around. Soldiers seated in a line on a railing. Military equipment in rail carriages. A sign for Marseille. The convoy enters the city. Civilians watch the convoy. Tanks on the streets. Soldiers on tanks as they cross the triumphal arch Porte d'Aix (Porte Royale) in the city.
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