German prisoners are marched towards a stockade under the guard of U.S. soldiers in Metz France, near German border
Germany Date:1944, November Duration:1 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Third Army soldiers advance in France nearing border with Germany during World War II. A map locates positions of Allied troops advancing towards Metz and toward Strasburg Germany. World War 2 United States Army soldiers of the 5th Infantry surround and bombard the French city of Metz. American soldiers surround Metz. They fire artillery on the battlefield. Smoke rises from the firing and bombardment and Metz cathedral is seen in the background. Camouflaged artillery fire against German positions. The American soldiers of the 5th Infantry advancing through sniper fire and engaged in building clearing operations in Metz. Bomb damaged buildings of Metz along the sides of a street. The soldiers searching houses. A street sign for Hermann Goering Strasse in Metz. Captured and surrendering German prisoners marching towards a stockade or prison under U.S. Army guard. A rubbled area. Bomb damaged buildings and destruction in Metz after Allied forces take control of the city.
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