German officials and French dignitaries arrive at railway carriage for armistice in Compiegne, France.
Compiegne France Date:1940 Duration:4 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
Fuhrer Adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering, Admiral Erich Raeder and French dignitaries arriving for armistice in Compiegne, France. Swastika draped over statue. Railway where treaty of WW I was signed. German troops march. Band plays. German troops in attention as Fuhrer adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering and Admiral Erich Raeder pass by. Officials approaching railway car stop and look at the statue of Ferdinand Foch. Officials standing at side of car look a plaque commemorating signing of WW I treaty. Adolf Hitler enters car for discussing treaty with France. Interior of railway shows Adolf Hitler, Goering and Admiral Raider seated at table. French officials arrive. German troops at attention. Charles Hunzinger enters a car. They salute and are seated at table for signing of treaty. View through windows of car showing Hitler, Goering and Admiral Raeder walking through rear door. Adolf Hitler and Goering come out of car after discussing treaty. Adolf Hitler, Goering and Admiral Raeder review German troops standing at attention beside road. View through windows of car shows French dignitaries at attention.
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