U.S. Ambassador to France Jefferson Caffery reopens U.S. Embassy in Paris, France, during World War II.
Paris France Date:1944, December Duration:1 min 34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Ambassador to France, Jefferson Caffery occupies the U.S. Embassy in Paris, following its liberation from German occupation in World War 2. A sign on the entrance gate to a building reads 'Rue De La Paix' and another sign reads 'Londres - New York'. The U.S. flag on the American Embassy building. Two guards with the U.S. flag in one of the balconies of the building. Two men look at the guards from another balcony of the building. Two American Military Police open the gates of the U.S. Embassy. U.S. Ambassador to France Jefferson Caffery with other officials enters through the gates of the building and stands on a path. The officials hold their hats in their hands. American Military Police lined up on the sides of the path. 'MP' written on the helmets of the guards. The U.S. flag on a pole in a courtyard. The officials walk past the guards.
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