Strategic Secret Intelligence teams recruit male and female agents and 7th Army soldiers move in the southeast France.
France Date:1945 Duration:4 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
Strategic Secret Intelligence teams operate with U.S. 7th Army in the southeast France during World War II. An officer talks to another officer. Strategic Secret Intelligence teams look at weapons. 7th Army soldiers come out of a building. They get in a jeep. The jeep drives along a road. French people wave at them. Soldiers and officers look at a map during a briefing. Cars driven out of a headquarter building. Infantry moves up for an attack. Artillery is fired. A car damaged due to firing by enemy machine guns. Engineers construct a bridge. The soldiers enter a building. An officer and SSI team members seated around a table. SSI teams greet the officer as they return back. An officer checks identity papers for recruitment of male and female agents. Liberated French people and SSI teams patrol the roads. A man rides a bicycle.
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