German civilians move out with their baggage and American armor passes through the streets of Pilsen in World War II
Pilsen Czechoslovakia Date:1945, April 8 Duration:2 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German civilians move out with baggage in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia near end of World War 2, in Europe. Long line of German prisoners march through country side. Grasslands seen on either side of roads. American soldiers with guns and rifles stands near the tanks. German civilians moves out of Czechoslovakia with their baggage. Army vehicles moves ahead through the Czech town. Buildings on either side of the streets. Czech civilians watch as the vehicles pass through the streets. Armored vehicles and tanks pass the truck of German prisoners. Czech civilians and police wave. Happy Czech crowd of men, women, children, and Czech policemen cheers for the Allies. Sign on rural road indicating Praha (Prague) ahead. German prisoner soldiers on vehicles, horse carts, and on foot move on road, and include some Russian Liberation Army (ROA or Vlasov Army) and Czech soldiers riding on captured German tracked vehicles. Some soldiers walk at side of road. (Note: Film is silent, but sound track carries continuous "motorboating" noise.)
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