French civilians work together in building a bridge across the Aube River and German prisoners march on it in France.
France Date:1944, August 28 Duration:1 min 28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
French civilians build a bridge across the Aube River in France during World War II. French civilians nail down a block during the construction of a bridge. They tighten up blocks together with an iron rail. Men work under the bridge. A man shifts a wooden log underneath the piled up blocks. Men work with small hand operated tools on the bridge. A man hits a nail on a wooden log. Men push up wooden logs in between the bridge. A military car moves across the bridge. German prisoners with hands over head march across the bridge. The prisoners are marched under guard across the bridge. French civilians watch the prisoners. French flag flutters from a pole.
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