Buildings burn, dead bodies on street and civilians leave the city due to German air raid in Belgium during World War II.
Belgium Date:1940, May 22 Duration:1 min 28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Damage caused due to air raid by German Luftwaffe airplanes in Belgium during World War 2. Buildings on a street burn. A civilian woman with her children on the street. A building burns and smoke and flames pour from the building. The civilians on the street racing for safety. A building burns. Civilians and soldiers take refuge in an air raid shelter. The ruins of the bombed buildings. A dead civilian in the ruins. A dead horse lying on the street. The civilians walk in between the ruins. A wrecked car. British troops inspect the car. A truck carrying troops drive on a road. A truck tows an artillery piece. Old people seated on the side of the road. Civilian Belgian refugees on a trailer. Traffic on streets. A man and a woman refugee with their children ride a bicycle. The people evacuating the city. Vehicles move on a road. British troops advance in single file line toward the front as civilian refugees flee going the opposite direction on roads out of the city. People seated on grasses talk. The British soldiers carrying rifles advance.
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