Allied troops are taken aboard a ship and are helped by British troops during evacuation from Dunkirk, France.
Dunkirk France Date:1940, May 26 Duration:2 min 3 sec Sound:Yes
On 26th May 1940, Over 300,000 allied troops evacuate beaches in Dunkirk, France during World War II. A beach at Dunkirk. Smoke rises due to bombardment. Allied British and French troops being taken aboard British ships. Smoke rises due to attack by German forces. Troops evacuating in small boats. Allied troops are taken aboard a ship by British troops. The troops in boats underway approaching a ship. Buildings burning in the background. The troops wade through water and approach a ship. British troops help other Allied troops aboard a ship. Smoke in the sky. Evacuated troops aboard the ship. A soldier looks at the smoke rising from the beach. Barrage balloons in flight. The troops climb up a ladder. Allied troop are greeted by British troops in Britain. The troops disembarking from the ship. Two soldiers help a wounded. The troops help the injured in disembarking from the ship. A soldier eats food. The evacuated Allied troops look out from the windows of a train. The troops smiling and eating. The troops smoke cigarettes. Evacuees at a railroad station. Clip is from a UN newsreel dated May 9, 1963, recounting events years earlier.
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