German soldiers surrendering and taken as prisoners of war in Pilsen,Czechoslovakia, near the end of World War II in Europe.
Pilsen Czechoslovakia Date:1945, April 8 Duration:2 min 14 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German soldiers taken by the U.S. Army as prisoners of war in Pilsen,Czechoslovakia, during World War 2. German soldiers, who have surrendered, assembled in a group on hillside near a road. An American M4 Sherman tank passes on the road. The prisoners turn to watch it. More Shermans plus a small bulldozer and a jeep are seen on the road. The prisoners begin moving under direction of an American soldier, as citizens watch from the opposite side of the road. View of oncoming German prisoners walking toward the camera. They march around the camera as they proceed. Several persons in civilian clothes are among the prisoners. Sherman tanks continue passing on the road. Some German POWs are ambulatory wounded and some are quite young.
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