U.S. Army soldier greet the Russians and Polish prisoners from a concentration camp in Julich, Germany.
Germany Date:1945 Duration:3 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
Allied troops in Germany during World War II. Allied troops walk on a street. Damaged buildings on either side of the street. Rubble on the street. The troops on tanks and trucks advance. First U.S. Army troops in a trench with guns. The troops on tanks fire and advance. The troops on a tank advance. An insignia of the United States on a tank. The U.S. 9th Army troops on jeeps cross the Rhine river. A troop on a bridge crosses the river. The troops enter a German town Lich. The damaged buildings. A soldier fires a gun. The dead German soldiers. The captured German troops raise their hands and advance. The German people stand. A view of the damaged and wreckage in Julich. Allied Supreme Commander General Dwight D. Eisenhower and the U.S. 9th Army Commander W.H. Simpson inspect positions near Julich. A view of the damaged town. The civilians walk on a street. The captured German soldiers walk on the street. Russian and Polish prisoners are liberated. The U.S. Army soldier greet the Russians and Polish prisoners. The prisoners are liberated and meet each other. A soldier stands with a woman. A view of a German concentration camp. The buildings at the camp. Barbed wire fence around the camp.
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