Members of the French Resistance openly engage German occupation forces during the Liberation of Paris in WWII.
Paris France Date:1944 Duration:2 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
Liberation of France from German troops during World War II. A man at the office of the French Resistance fighters, now known as French Forces of the Interior, in open conflict with Vichy Government and German occupying forces. Sounds of machine gun fire. An official building with the Allied flags set up on steps. Inside an official signs documents. French civilians gathered on the sidewalks. Several French resistance members are being taken into custody. French Resistance members fire, at German soldiers, from protected positions, such as rooftops. Inside a busy office many typists are at work. One wears an armband of the Free French (Cross of Lorraine). A German truck burns. A man carrying a flag looks at an injured person in the street. Men fire rifles and throw grenades at German beute Somua and Hotchkiss tanks.
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