German troops in the Saint-Valery-sur-Somme port as they advance towards Paris during World War II.
France Date:1940 Duration:3 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Germans advance through bomb damaged areas in France during World War II. German soldiers use binoculars to survey the area amidst the ruins of Fecamp commune. Soldiers fire machine guns. Explosions among the ruins below. Soldiers take cover and fight in the ruins. Burning and abandoned tanks. Soldiers fire at ships from a cliff. They fire antiaircraft guns. Boats in the Saint-Valery-sur-Somme port. Soldiers sit and wait. Parked military vehicles. A German officer talks to English and French Generals. They discuss documents. A large number of soldiers in line. They rest in a field. A German convoy advances. Soldiers on motorcycles cross a field. They dig on a town street. Tanks on the streets. A sign board for the distance to Paris and Grand Fitz James. Soldiers rest by the roadside. They man and fire artillery. Troops cross over pontoons.
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