7th U.S. Army soldiers fire at German positions and French civilians greet U.S. troops in France during World War II.
France Date:1944, October 9 Duration:3 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. troops in cities in France during World War II. Equipment on docks in Naples. A few dirigibles in flight over the dock. Several aircraft in flight. Paratroops of U.S. 7th Army coming down over Southern France. The soldiers advancing and firing. Smoke and flames rise from explosions. The soldiers on tanks advancing and firing. German prisoners being led by U.S. troops. The prisoners walking in columns on a path. The civilians of Marseilles on the streets welcome U.S. troops. U.S. troops marching on the streets. People waving to the troops. A large crowd gathered on the streets waving to the tanks moving past on the streets. Prisoners with their hands behind their heads are led. German soldiers in Lyon firing at U.S. troops entering the city. A hospital building catches fire. Patients being evacuated on stretchers from the building. U.S. troops on trucks moving along a road. People shaking hands with soldiers on trucks. View of the crowd on the streets.
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