German soldiers defend the coastline as Allies invade northern France on D-Day in World War 2.
France Date:1944, July Duration:3 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
Allied Invasion of northern France on D-Day (June 6, 1944). German newspaper headlines announcing the Allied invasion. A map of northern France. Allied bombers attack the French coast. Pilots in the aircraft. Soldiers operate radios. Germans sound the alarm. Soldiers take their positions at the coastal fortification. They pile up shells and use search lights. German coastal guns and submarines fire at the Allied fleet in the English Channel. Night fighting. Artillery fired. Explosions as Allied crafts are hit. Soldiers fire machine guns as the enemy approaches the coast. Officers and soldiers in German pillboxes. German submarines fire torpedos. A German officer looks through binoculars to survey the damage.
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