American soldiers process German and Italian Prisoners of War in North Africa during World War II.
North Africa Date:1943, May Duration:1 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Prisoners of war (POW) held in custody by U.S. Army in North Africa, during World War 2. German troops of the Hermann Goering Division, some of which are wearing SS camouflage smocks, and Italian prisoners of war enter a U.S. Army processing station in North Africa. They stand with hands on their heads. U.S. soldiers inspect their identification tags. Several U.S. soldiers stand and converse.
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