Soviet capture of Berlin, Germany during World War II.
Berlin Germany Date:1945 Duration:2 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Footage during the Soviet invasion and occupation of Berlin, Germany during World War 2. Smoke rises from damaged bridges and railroad lines. Ruined buildings of Berlin in aftermath of Soviet air and ground attacks. Piles of captured German weapons. German police officers and soldiers being taken as prisoners of war. Surrendering German troops march along a street. Grafitti on building wall says "Surrender - No." White surrender flags hang from windows and balconies of buildings. (These are contrasted by edited insert of German swastika flags covering the facades of buildings in the past.) German Generals and other high ranking officers exit a bunker in the city. Large number of surrendering German soldiers marching, while a small cadre of German Generals and other high ranking officers stand at side of road and review them.
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