German-sympathizing Parisian men and women shout, jeer at and spit on Allied prisoners as they are marched in Paris by Germans
Paris France Date:1944 Duration:3 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied prisoners of war (POWs) in Paris during World War 2. Columns of prisoners marched by German guards through the streets of Paris. German guards and soldiers. Civilians look on. German officers lead the prisoners. Prisoners cross buildings. Some German-sympathizer Parisian men and women strike and lash out at the Allied POWs. People click photographs and record films. A line of trucks on the road. Faces of the Allied prisoners. Soldiers walk over tram tracks on the road. Some Parisian men and women shout, jeer at and spit on Allied prisoners. The prisoners massed in a square.
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