German officers supervise and approve printing of a Nazi newspaper in occupied Paris during World War II.
Paris France Date:1940, June Duration:1 min 2 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German occupied Paris during World War II. The Eiffel Tower. German soldiers read a Nazi newspaper under the Tower. A man types the news in a press. He organizes the newspaper layout and takes a blue print. German officers supervise the process. They approve the print. An officer inspects and approves a final print. Workers print numerous copies of the newspaper. Workers pile up and make bundles of the printed papers. A man takes a bundle for distribution.
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