Adolf Hitler reviews parade of German troops occupying Warsaw after Polish surrender during World war 2
Warsaw Poland Date:1939, September Duration:3 min 21 sec Sound:Yes
Polish officers leave and German officers enter the Polish military headquarters in Warsaw, Poland. as German soldiers take up guard positions, following the surrender of Warsaw in World War 2. German officers look over surrendering Polish officers. German troops formally parading into and occupying Warsaw, led by German officers on horseback, followed by mounted troops pulling field artillery pieces. They pass the equestrian statue of Prince Józef standing before the Polish General Staff building (the Saxon Palace). Large numbers of Polish troops and wagons assembled under German guard, in an open field. An Honor Guard of three goose-stepping German soldiers leads a parade of goose-stepping German troops into the city. Adolf Hitler reviews the troops as they pass. Major general (generalleutnant) Kurt von Briesen, Commander of the German 30th Infantry Division, is seen briefly with Hitler. The parade continues with German artillery and tanks. Luftwaffe bombers fly in formation overhead.
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