German troops guard a large bridge and disarm Danish police after the occupation of Denmark.
Denmark Date:1940, April 9 Duration:4 min 57 sec Sound:Yes
Occupation of Denmark by the Nazis during World War II. The operation was code named Operation Weserubung. German troops stand under an arch on a street. Buildings on either side of the street. The troops lay a swastika on the street for recognition by aircraft. German Air Force aircraft in flight over a building. German troops talk with Danish soldiers. Danish and German soldiers smoke. The German aircraft in flight. A Nazi Eagle on a door. Two German officials stand in front of a building. The arms of Danish police on a bench. Danish police being disarmed. English civilians being loaded into a truck. Street scenes in Copenhagen, Denmark. German soldiers talk to civilians. King Christian X of Denmark rides a horse. Danish civilians and troops in a truck in the background. Soldiers direct traffic. Crowd in the streets. A German truck loaded with soldiers passes through the crowd. A large crowd at a dock. Supplies are loaded from a ship. A German ship underway and ice floating on water. Sailors stand on the deck of the German ship. German troops guard a large bridge. Trucks back up to railroad cars for loading bombs. The trucks are loaded with the bombs. They pull out of the railroad station. Bombs loaded in a truck and the railroad station in the background. The trucks drive past down on a road. A hill in the background. Troops in trucks advance.
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