Free French Forces of the Interior (FFI) in an underground headquarters in Paris, France during World War II.
Paris France Date:1944 Duration:1 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
The secret Free French headquarters in Paris during World War 2. Opening scene shows the Lion Of Belfort Statue, at Place Denfert-Rochereau in Paris, France. Pedestrians and cyclists are moving through the area. Next are views through the windshield of a car driving around the statue. It drives up a side street, and a passenger is let out. As the car drives away, the passenger enters a building, housing the secret headquarters of the Free French Forces of the Interior (FFI) and goes inside. He proceeds through some anterooms and down several flights of stairs deep into a subteranean room where he is admitted by a man wearing a white FFI armband. He delivers a paper message to one of two men sitting at a table. The information causes various members of the FFI in the headquarters to begin taking actions to plan a mission. A woman transmits the informtion and orders via a teletype machine.
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