French women collaborationists have their hair cut during the liberation of Paris in France during World War II.
Paris France Date:1944 Duration:2 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Parisians celebrate the liberation of France during World War II. Men and women on a street in Paris. French women traitors or women collaborationists with shaved heads along the side of the road. A few women seated and a few standing. Two boys holding a banner behind them. A man on a walkway picks up a pile of hair and tosses it in air. A group of men standing. A man trying to cut the hair of a woman. The woman bending over not letting the man. Another woman sits beside her. A man cuts the hair of the woman. 'Le Char Des Collaboratrices' written on a banner. A group of people move in a truck. One of the men holding the banner. A few men and women beside the truck.
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