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U.S. soldiers firing machine guns and a German Panther tank is fired on and erupts in flames in Cologne, Germany.

The U.S. soldiers of the 3rd Armored Division in Cologne, Germany during World War II. Wrecked buildings and rubble along the street sides. Tanks advance through the debris filled streets. Two soldiers atop pile of debris poised with rifles at the ready. Soldier in prone position atop pile of debris fires a machine gun. View of a German Mark V Panzer (Panther) tank in Komödienstrasse near the Cologne Cathedral. This is shortly after it had knocked out at least one U.S. M4 Sherman tank in Cologne that day. The Panzer is one of three German tanks remaining in the city. Combat camera footage from Cameraman Jim Bates shows the attack on the Panther tank as seen from Bates' position in the Deutsche Arbeitsfront building. The Panther is hit by fire from gunner Corporal Clarence Smoyer in a M-26 series Pershing tank (a T26E3) with a 90mm gun, which had just rolled into position at the crossing of An den Dominikanern and Marzellenstraße. (The Pershing tank is not seen in this footage. It is at street level in front of the building, with the cameraman above). German soldiers jump from the Panther tank. The German Panther Tank receives additional fire from the Pershing and is consumed in flames. Smoke rising up from the tank. Camera pans to view of the Cologne Cathedral and then back to the burning Panther tank.

Date: 1945, March 6
Duration: 2 min 20 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
Clip: 65675075883
U.S. Army campaign leading to capture of Cologne, Germany, in World War II

U.S. troops huddle together on Sherman tanks late in World War 2 in Europe. U.S. Infantry and tanks moving across open fields. View from cottage window of American infantrymen swarming across a field. U.S. tanks and infantry entering outskirts of Cologne, Germany. One soldier plays a French horn, as he marches into town. Several German civilians walking together. German soldier POWs (prisoners of war) being herded under guard of American Army forces. German civilian refugees walking on a road. Graffiti scrawled on wall reads "Hitler ist Kaput". Numerous trucks filled with German prisoners of war. Civilians watching as U.S. Army M10 tank destroyers move into town towing 155mm long tom guns. Amusing graffiti by U.S. troops reads, "I'll walk Cologne" with arrow pointing (alluding to popular song, "I'll Walk Alone.") U.S. troops loading and firing 155 mm long tom guns. Civilians holding their ears, as they watch. U.S. troops entering center of Cologne, Germany. Towers of Cologne Cathedral visible in background. U.S. infantry firing from behind pile of rubble. Tanks rumble through streets of Cologne. House to house fighting. U.S. Army 3rd Armored Division tanks in streets of Cologne, and soldiers with small arms firing at buildings in clearing operations from building to building. A German soldier emerges from building with hands held up in surrender. Tank firing causes part of a building to collapse. Infantry moving along roadway with Cathedral visible in near background. City buildings of Cologne seen destroyed with rubble everywhere. German Mark V Panther tank is hit by fire from U.S. Army gunner Corporal Clarence Smoyer in a M-26 series Pershing tank (a T26E3) with a 90mm gun, at position at the An den Dominikanern and Marzellenstraße crossroads. German Army soldiers jump from the Panther tank. The Panther Tank is hit again from the American Pershing tank, and goes up in flames and smoke. View from wreckage of the Cologne Cathedral. Bridge across the Rhein (Rhine) River. U.S. forces moving across the bridge. A sign posted on bridge pillar reading: "Cross the Rhine with dry feet, COURTESY OF 9TH ARMD DIV." View from vehicle crossing the bridge. U.S. medics treating casualties in wooded area.

Date: 1945, March 6
Duration: 4 min 43 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
Clip: 65675024448
German forces holding the line against Soviet offensive near Riga, Latvia

Germans forces fight fiercely to hold the line against Soviet forces near Riga, Latvia in World War Two. A map of Baltic States. German infantry advance behind Panther tanks past abandoned equipment. A German Panther commander wearing headphones. Guns and artillery being fired. An enemy plane being destroyed by antiaircraft fire. A Soviet T34-85 tank destroyed by pointblank fire from a German tank. German Pz.III Beobachten, Panther and Tiger tanks advance. Ppanzerfaust, recoilless anti tank weapons and mobile machine guns in action. German Pz.IV tank fires. Soviet positions on Latvian coast being bombarded by German naval forces. Smoke rises due to explosion. A soldier on a tank looks through binoculars. German infantrymen ride on advancing Geman StuG III mobile assault guns. German armored cars fire on a village. A village in flames. Soviet tanks in flames. A soldier smokes a cigarette. Panther tank driver.

Date: 1944
Duration: 3 min 20 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
Clip: 65675047123
German armor, artillery, and infantry defend positions in Southern Normandy after Allied D-day invasion in World War II

As film begins, heavily camouflaged German Panther tanks (Panzerkampfwagen V Panther) are seen moving along a dirt road in Normandy during World War 2. Next, German infantry walk along a road next to forests and behind a Stug IV assault gun. A stone marker on the ground, at rear of a parked Panther tank, points to Beauquay 5 Km and Aunay 7Km. A German soldier lying prone on side of road firing an M42 machine gun. Another soldier lying prone behind him. Parked Stug IV with gun pointed to right. Some infantry gather behind artillery firing from heavily camouflaged positions. An officer with headphones communicates to gun crews. Shells bursting in the distance. A battery of rocket launchers (Nebelwerfers) begins firing. Closeup of soldier activating remote fire control box. White smoke rising in distance. Infantry moving forward toward area of white smoke. German soldiers examine a dead American soldier lying next to a knocked out Sherman tank. Closeup of large shell hole in side of the tank. German infantryman walks past a destroyed American tank. A German soldier exploring inside the turret of a half overturned American tank. A formation of German soldiers at a field decoration ceremony. Soldiers receiving the iron cross award. They exchange hand salutes and handshakes afterwards. Next, Oberleutnant Franz Ludwig Chef 2. Batterie / Sturmgeschutz - Abteilung 1346 and Commander Stug III (Sd. Kfz. 1542/1) is seen showing approval of a soldier who mans a Stug III Ausf G, with numerous white rings painted on its gun barrel (indicating victories in combat). (Franz Ludwig is wearing the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, awarded on June 24, 1944 for success against British tanks in combat at the forest of Bovent east of the River Orne, Normandy.) Closeups of Franz Ludwig. View of him briefing several soldiers as they stand in front of barrel-striped StuG III. (Note: Franz Ludwig died in combat on August 14, 1944.)

Date: 1944, August
Duration: 2 min 24 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: German
Clip: 65675078953
German infantry, trucks and heavy panther tank retreat in Soviet Union during World War II.

German troops in Soviet Union during World War II. A map of East front. German infantry, trucks and heavy panther tank retreat in Russia. Demolition teams use light bombs to destroy bridges and supplies. The bridges being destroyed as the last soldier pases. Smoke arises due to bombardment. Troops arrange heavy equipment and bombard. They eat and drink. A Nazi soldier in a fox hole. German tanker named Panther moves. Two soldiers fire from a fox hole. Smoke rises due to an explosion.

Date: 1944
Duration: 2 min 24 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
Clip: 65675047130
Captured German Panther tank is operated by U.S. soldiers in Saint Lo, France

United States soldiers operate captured German Panther Tank in Saint Lo in France. The tank is a German recaptured tank. Trees in the background. Several soldiers sit and stand in bivouac area (World War II period).

Date: 1944, July 16
Duration: 1 min 9 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
Clip: 65675041537
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