Allied flyers escaped from internment in Switzerland, gathered in Ambilly, France, during World War II.
Ambilly France Date:1944 Duration:60 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army Air Forces vehicles parked at curb near Hotel France, in Ambilly France, during World War 2. American and other allied flyers gathered near a plaza. some are in uniform and some in civilian clothes. All have escaped from internment across the border, in Switzerland. Local French people gather around them as they are photographed. Next scene shows the flyers leaving in the AAF Vehicles. A soldier stands near a street sign in the town (Ambilly). It points to the Swiss frontier border. (Another sign shows the Ambilly town speed limit of 30Km per hour.) View of Chateau of Chillon, on Lake Geneva, Switzerland, with cloud and mist above it and majestic Alps mountains behind.
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