France surrenders to Germany at Compiegne. The London Blitz. President Roosevelt signs Lend Lease Act.
Compiegne France Date:1940, June 22 Duration:47 sec Sound:Yes
German troops in formation outside the railroad car, in Compiegne, France, where Germany surrendered to France, in World War I. Now, it is being used ironically, by Hitler to secure the surrender of France on June 22, 1940. A formation of German German Dornier Do-17 bombers in flight. Aerial views of the London ablaze during the Blitz. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Lend Lease Act. Men load a truck with Lend Lease materials in boxes marked, "U.S.A." View of freight train leaving a switch yard. View of freight train passing by with cargo marked 'Bullard Machine Tools, Bridgeport, Conn."
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