American armor and infantry in Germany, near end of World War II, in Europe
Lubbecke Germany Date:1945, April 7 Duration:1 min 23 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German soldiers (prisoners of war) walk with hands on their heads, past U.S. M18 Tank Destroyers of 771st Tank Destroyer Battalion, attached to the 84th Infantry Division, a month before the end of World War 2, in Europe. An M4 Sherman tank makes way slowly through mud in a forested area of Lubbeck (Lübbecke) Germany. Scene shifts to a knocked out U.S. tank. A U.S. Army Lieutenant points to holes blown in the tank ( most likely by German panzerfausts). View looking into the tank reveals a dead U.S. crewman. Group of German soldier prisoners moves quickly along side of a dirt road, under guard by U.S. soldiers from the 334th Infantry Regiment. Another group of POWs moves on sidewalk past a cottage.
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