U.S. 7th Army Commander General Alexander Patch talks to French officials liberated by his unit in Augsburg, Germany.
Augsburg Germany Date:1945, May 7 Duration:1 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Former French officials in Augsburg, Germany after their liberation towards the end of World War II. Exteriors of a building shows U.S. 7th Army Commander General Alexander Patch talking to French officials liberated by his unit. The group includes French Generals Maxime Weygand and Maurice Gamelin, French politician Paul Reynaud, former French Prime Minister Édouard Daladier and Madame Caillan who is the sister of French General Charles de Gaulle.
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