FFI men fight and take the Germans as prisoners in southern France during World War II.
France Date:1944 Duration:2 min 22 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied soldiers in southern France during World War II. A Frenchman with a bandage over his eye. A French soldier points his rifle as he stands in a doorway. A camouflaged FFI (French Forces of the Interior) car drives through the gate. A large fire in a canal in a city and a column of smoke rises up. Free French soldiers make German prisoners march on a street. An FFI car loaded with fighters. French soldiers and civilians lead the Germans through a street. An FFI man counts notches on a rifle. French partisans with drawn pistols run past a tank. A partisan points a rifle from a doorway. The partisans take shelter behind a tank. The partisans bang a door. Smoke rises from a window. A machine gun being fired from a tank.
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