French General Charles de Gaulle and Henri Honore Giraud review parade in Algeria,North Africa during World War II.
Algeria Date:1944 Duration:2 min 56 sec Sound:NO SOUND
French officers and officials gather in front of the French War Memorial in Floral Clock Park, Algeria,North Africa during World War II. Wreaths are seen placed at base of memorial. Free French Generals Charles de Gaulle and General Henri Honore Giraud salute the guards holding French flags. Colonial soldiers salute with swords. General De Gaulle relights the Eternal flame. Large crowd gathered at the street square. US, British and Free French flags flutter in wind from flagpoles. Speakers stand is decorated with Crosses of Lorraine and Large Letters: "R V F." General De Gaulle addresses gathering. General de Gaulle and General Giraud review military units on Parade. Military band plays. A small contingent of U.S. forces marches. carrying the Stars and Stripes. French colonial units march and a contingent of cavalry ride with weapons pointed skyward. Women in uniform march.French sailors parade.
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