U.S. War Correspondents touring in France in the months after the Allied invasion near end of World War II in Europe
France Date:1944 Duration:1 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. war correspondents in France toward the end of World War II. A U.S. Navy patrol boat underway in the Atlantic Ocean with sailors aboard it. A war correspondent comes out of a house and poses near a truck. A young French girl poses with him. Shots of a a busy downtown street from a moving vehicle. Large building at the end of the street has an advertisement sign "Joselli" atop the building. A sign on a building reads 'Theatre' and the name of the Theatre, is partially obscured by a draped American flag. A French flag flies beside it. US, French, and British flags together on various buildings. A war correspondent stands on a building balcony in a city area and smiles for the camera. Another war correspondent on a village street poses for the camera and puts on sunglasses. He is joined by the correspondent who had posed with the girl, and they walk up a street beside row houses, to a parked, covered U.S. Army personnel carrier truck.
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