American soldiers using field telephones at the fortress of Guentrange overlooking Thionville, France, during World War II.
Thionville France Date:1944, September Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
American soldiers of th 90th Infantry Divisionat, at the fortress of Guentrange (Fort Obergentringen) in Thionville, France, during World War 2. The town of Thionville. A cluster of buildings in the town. Smoke rising from certain areas in the town. High walls of the main barracks of the fortress south of the Maginot Line in Thionville, built by the Germans when they occupied Lorraine after 1871. An iron palisade in front of the main barracks of the fortress. Trees near the iron fence. People walk along a pathway beside the fence. American soldiers at the fortress. A couple of soldiers using a field telephone. The soldiers sit outside the entrance of the fortress and clean rifles. Krupp 105 mm guns at the fortress.
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