German newspapers and radio broadcasts after the fall of Paris at German hands during World War II.
Paris France Date:1940, June Duration:2 min 23 sec Sound:Yes
The Germans take over after the fall of Paris during World War II. The Eiffel Tower. A German soldier reads the newspaper while seated beside the Eiffel Tower. A German officer supervises workers at a printing press. They work on the newspaper layout. The officer inspects the final layout. Newspapers come off the printing press. Workers pile and bundle the papers. The German officer walks out with the bundles. The July Column monument is shown. Parisians gathered in a street. They listen to a German propaganda radio broadcast. Men, women, and children listen carefully. An elderly man wipes his tears. French people discuss the broadcast.
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