Invasion of Allied Forces in Germany and German surrender.
Germany Date:1945 Duration:1 min 59 sec Sound:Yes
General Eisenhower confers with British Air Marshal Leigh-Mallory and British Air Chief Marshal, Sir Arthur Tedder, in front of a map of Europe on a wall. New York Post, June 6, 1944, headline reads"INVASION Smashing Inland." U.S. troops assault beach at Normandy and several fall from enemy fire. German troops surrendering as Americans advance. Dead German soldier. Adolf Hitler sits in a room. B-24 bombers of the U.S. Eighth Air Force, 2nd Air Division, 2nd Bomb Wing, 446th Bomb Group, in flight on mission over Germany. Bombs falling on target. View through gun camera of fighter strafing German aircraft on the ground and strafing a railroad train filled with ammunition, that explodes. Sun newspaper headline reads: 'Allies plunging deep into Reich.' U.S. troops move through grassy field. U.S. artillery crew fires M-114, 155mm Howitzer under camouflage net. New York World Telegram newspaper headline reads: 'Allies swarm across Rhine'. U.S. troops crossing the Ludendorff Bridge, at Remagen, Germany. View of dead victims at German concentration camp. Journal American newspaper headline reads: 'Mass surrender of foe underway'. German prisoners of war double-time march running along a road with hands held high in surrender. Emotion and distress show on face of very young German boy soldier as he unbuttons his coat. A German woman sits quietly in background. A mile long line of German prisoners march in a field. A Nazi swastika flag burning on the ground.
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