Czech partisans and U.S. soldiers round up German soldiers and civilian sympathizers in Pilsen, at the end of World War II
Pilsen Czechoslovakia Date:1945, May 6 Duration:2 min 6 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A U.S. Army jeep leads a group of Czech civilians, suspected of collaborating with the Germans, in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia, at the end of World War 2, in Europe. They are guarded by Czech partisans. Two U.S. soldiers walk on sidewalk with a Czech policeman. The soldiers stand in front of a group of civilians on the sidewalk, looking upward. An elderly Czech civilian man with a rifle looks upward from edge of a building. A German officer is seen in window of a building. A white cloth (as flag of surrender) hangs from adjacent window. Armed U.S. soldiers escort high-ranking German officers, from their local headquarters, to a vehicle, as local citizens watch. U.S. soldiers and Czech partisans in a backyard, look for snipers in building nearby. German military prisoners, guarded by Czech partisans, stand with hands raised on a sidewalk. The partisans search German soldiers as they come out of a building. Some civilian women are held with the German soldiers.
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