U.S. Army General Dwight Eisenhower delivers a speech on the V-E Day in Paris, France.
Paris France Date:1945, May 8 Duration:2 min 11 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army General Dwight Eisenhower speaks on the V-E day in Paris, France during World War II. General Eisenhower delivers a speech in Paris on the Victory in Europe Day. The General states that he has the proud privilege of speaking for the fighting men in his theater who conquered Western Europe and destroyed more men than they themselves possessed. The Allies selected Germany as their first object because it was the one place that all the Allies could bring their weight to bear. General Eisenhower pays his tribute to the Soviet Russian Army, the Allied Forces in Italy, the French, the British and the Americans on the Western Front and to GI Joe and his counterparts whom he says were the real heroes of the war.
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