Civilian onlookers shout and jeer at Allied POWs as Germans march Allied prisoners of war in Paris during World War II.
Paris France Date:1944 Duration:2 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Mixed-nationality Allied prisoners of war (POWs) in Paris during World War II. Allied soldiers lined up. German officers and soldiers around the prisoners. Parisians watch as the prisoners are marched by German guards through the city streets. Allied prisoners massed in a square. German officers march the prisoners. Traffic moves past the prisoners. French policemen on guard. Prisoners cross shops. Parisian men and women watch as German officers supervise the prisoners. German-sympathetic civilian onlookers shout and jeer, and sometimes punch and trip the Allied prisoners.
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