German soldiers fire across a canal and put out a fire in a cathedral in Rouen during World War II.
Rouen Normandy France Date:1940 Duration:2 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
War ruins in Rouen, the capital city of Normandy in France, during World War II. A German General surveys the city. Smoke from burning buildings. German soldiers fire guns and battle the enemy across the canal. Soldiers take cover behind sand bag barricades. Pillars of a damaged bridge. Soldiers use binoculars to survey the area. They load and fire artillery. Smoke from explosions on either side of a canal. Smoke from burning buildings. The damaged Notre Dame Cathedral. Ruins and rubble on the streets. Soldiers clear debris from the streets. They use water hoses to put out the cathedral fire. The damaged structure of the cathedral. Bomb damaged buildings. French prisoners marched on the streets. Military vehicles enter a gate. A sign for Paris beside the gate. The smoke shrouded skyline.
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