French laborers rebuild railroads and bridges for the Germans in France during World War II.
France Date:1940 Duration:1 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
German railroads and bridges in France during World War II. French laborers rebuild railroads. Laborers lay tracks. Stationary rail cars on tracks. Men dig around the tracks. Reconstruction of railway bridges. French laborers work on a bridge. They weld and assemble parts. The bridge pillars under construction. Aerial cranes used for construction. An armored German train moves across a reconstructed bridge. A Nazi Swastika flag on the engine. The train steams into Paris' Gare du Nord. German officers and soldiers in the rail cars. German officers greet the soldiers on arrival.
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