Germans express anger in Berlin over Article 228 of the Treaty of versailles. French General Debeney watches troops in Paris
Berlin Germany Date:1920 Duration:56 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Unter den Linden in Berlin, Germany after the end of World War 1. German people angry about the Treaty of Versailles, gathering on Unter den Linden, in Berlin. A poster on a wall lambasting the Allies (British and French, in particular) for the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles, especially Article 228 giving the Allies authority to prosecute Germans accused of violating the laws and customs of war. Complete break and change of scene to France. Small unit of French troops, led by officer on a white horse, marching on street in Paris. Closeup of French General Marie-Eugene Debeney, Commandant la place de Paris, as he watches the troops assemble in formation with the officer on white horse, in center, across the street from where he stands . Several Renault FT light tanks parked on pavement next to a building.
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