U.S. war correspondents touring France in the months after the Allied invasion near end of World War 2
France Date:1944 Duration:1 min 52 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. war correspondents in France during the first few months after the Allied invasion to liberate France. Views of French countryside. Views in a village. People milling about on a street. Three young French children ride on the back of a mule as a boy pulls the mule. U.S. war correspondents pose with a French family. A woman with a child. A sign on a building reads 'Hotel and Restaurant Moderne' and a French flag flies out front. Small boats at a harbor of a coastal French town. U.S. Army jeeps on a street. Two French civilians walking with a bicycle and two U.S. soldiers together cross the wreckage of a partially destroyed bridge. A bicyclist on the street of a heavily bombed town with rubble and wrecked homes. Close and distant views of Mont Saint Michel, the small rocky island at the mouth of Couesnon River in Normandy. U.S. sailors aboard a vessel at sea.
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