Parisians, monuments, and public places in Paris prior to its occupation by the Germans during World War II.
Paris France Date:1938 Duration:1 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
The city of Paris prior to German occupation during World War II. A large crowd of Parisians during a celebration near the Madeleine Church. The Notre Dame de Paris gargoyles. The Eiffel Tower. People dine in a restaurant. Neon signs and lit up shops at night. Parisians seated at side walk cafes. Shops on a street. People drink at bars and in night clubs. Fireworks at night. The lit Obelisk and Place de la Concorde. Sellers with their goods in a vegetable market. People buy fruits and vegetables. A man sells bread on a cart. Pedestrians and cars at the Paris Metropolitan. A Metropolitain subway sign atop the steps of a metro entrance. Monuments, buildings and the Seine River. A ferry in the Seine. Pedestrians and vehicular traffic on the streets. Workers use a delivery van to distribute newspapers. The Eternal Light, Tomb of the Unknown soldier, and sculptures at the Arc de Triomphe.
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