German troops in Paris, Adolf Hitler at the Eiffel Tower and the French and the German sign an armistice in Compiegne, France.
Compiegne France Date:1940, June 22 Duration:1 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
An armistice signed between the French and the Germans in Compiegne, France during World War II. A German soldier on horse back salutes. The German Army on horse back enters Paris. German troops cross the Arc de Triomphe. They march on the streets of Paris. A landscape view of Paris. German Chancellor Adolf Hitler at the Eiffel Tower near the Seine River with some officials. Hitler looks at a Nazi flag fluttering. Nazi posters and boards displayed in the streets of Paris. German troops with guns stand along a street. Ferdinand Foch's railway carriage. French and German officials enter the railway car in the Compiegne Forest (Same railroad car where Germany signed surrender in World War I). Hitler reads the armistice. The railway car in the Compiegne Forest. The railway car reads 'Voiture Restaurant' which means a dining car. German and French officials get down the dining car after the armistice is signed. Adolf Hitler and German Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel get down the car.
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