French and American soldiers return to Paris, France; civilians cheer them and honor passing of ally U.S. President Roosevelt
Paris France Date:1945, April 14 Duration:4 min 11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
French soldiers return to Paris, France towards the end of World War II. Draped British, American and French flags at Place Vendome in Paris. Flags with mourning bands on the day of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's funeral. Allied flags on Galeries Lafayette. Crowds at a station and along a street as they wave to buses loaded with American soldiers and repatriated French soldiers. French civilians wave to truckloads of returnees. French soldiers and women workers loaded on a truck as they wave to French civilians. Repatriate French soldiers loaded in trucks as they move past civilians. The civilians gather around a truck loaded with returnees at the Musee d' Orsay. Soldiers get off a truck and women run towards it to greet them.
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