German prisoners of war are interrogated and their things are confiscated in France.
France Date:1944 Duration:2 min 24 sec Sound:Yes
The procedure for handling German prisoners of war in France during World War II. The prisoners are tagged and walk in a squad. An officer reads out the rules for the prisoners and the prisoners listen to him. Three officers seated in chairs. An officer confiscates weapons, documents, pictures and letters of the prisoners. The confiscated material on the desk of the officer. He reads a letter of a prisoner. The prisoners seated in chairs in a personal court are interrogated.
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