German panzer divisions advance, war material transported, and French refugees provided food in France during World War II.
France Date:1940 Duration:4 min 21 sec Sound:Yes
German invasion of France and the Low Countries during World War II. German panzer infantry and tanks advance in France. They pass French civilians and wrecked vehicles en-route. A map depicts German movement from Sedan to Abbeville. Men transfer war material and barrels from freight cars into military trucks at a storage facility. German soldiers carry fuel cans to parked German aircraft. Soldiers nearby as the convoy of trucks leaves. A sign for places including Mecheln and Brussels in Belgium. The convoy crosses a bridge. French policemen direct traffic on the city roads. The convoy passes wrecked and abandoned French automobiles and military vehicles. French civilians return to their homes with their belongings. People on foot and in horse carts. Families seated with their belongings. Elderly men, women, children and new born babies. German volunteers distribute food to French refugees. A sign reads 'Revitaillement pour les Refugies'. Women distribute food and water to refugees. People wait in lines. A volunteer holds a child.
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