Allied troops enter into the city of Tunis, Tunisia and capture hordes of German soldiers during World War II.
Tunis Tunisia Date:1943, May Duration:6 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
Allied Forces fight the Axis Powers during World War II. Aerial view of the city of Tunis. British Forces enter the city. Trenches in the city. Dead soldier on the street. Allied soldiers patrol in the streets and skirmish with German snipers. German soldiers surrender. Allied soldiers fire at a building. French Troops lead long lines of captured German prisoners of war. Italian Field Marshal Giovanni Messe is captured. German Colonel-General Hans-Jürgen von Arnim, Commander of all Axis Forces in Africa, is captured and flown from Gibralter to England. Commander von Arnim is seen being driven into a prison camp and emerges from his car within the Prison Camp. British troops of the 1st and 8th Armies are warmly greeted by the citizens of Tunis. Allied military vehicles pass on the streets of Tunis amidst throngs of cheering civilians. French General Henri Giraud reviews the French troops as they parade.
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