The German troops pass through Aisne and Versailles before entering Paris during World War II.
France Date:1940, June 14 Duration:4 min 28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The Germans capture Paris in June 1940 during World War 2. German troops advance towards Paris in France. Soldiers on horses, on foot, and in cars advance through french towns including Sacy le Grand. An advance German party follows the fleeing French towards Chateau Thierry. Soldiers amidst wrecked cars and vehicles. They battle amidst ruins and damaged buildings in a town. The Germans engaged in street fighting. Soldiers cross the Marne River in rafts and fire machine guns. A sign board for Paris and Soissons in Aisne. Soldiers on foot, in carts, and the horse cavalry. The Germans enter the suburbs of Paris. They set petrol and oil plants on fire. Black smoke due to the fires and explosions. Military vehicles enter and leave the Palace of Versailles. The German Swastika flag is raised on the Palace roof. Paris falls to the Germans. The Eiffel Tower and other monuments. German officers and soldiers in Paris. German soldiers climb up the Eiffel Tower and hoist the Nazi state war flag atop the monument. Troops and military vehicles parade before the Arc De Triomphe at Champs Elysees.
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