AUSTRIA - WWII A motorcade moves along a street in Vienna watched by an enormous crowd. Adolph Hitler, standing in an open car, looks up at someone above him, arm raised in a Nazi Salute; Arthur Seyss-Inquart looks down from the balcony he stands on, arm extended in a Nazi Salute. Crowds are seen at night watching an open car containing a soldier carrying a swastika flag, and a man giving the Nazi Salute; members of the crowd return the salute; and uniformed troops march through the crowd.
WORLD WAR TWO HAS BEGUN World War Two has begun: uniformed soldiers lie on their bellies behind barbed wire, facing a landscape marked by plumes of smoke; artillery is pushed into position by soldiers and the guns are fired; airplanes take off from a runway; the profile of a pilot is seen within an airborne plane; and, an aerial view of the landscape below is seen, plumes of smoke rise from explosions.
OCCUPATION OF PARIS - WWII Uniformed Nazi troops goose step on a side street in Paris watched by crowds of onlookers; a woman wipes her nose with a handkerchief as she looks out of a window; smiling Nazi soldiers run the swastika flag up a flag pole; looking upward from below, soldiers are seen ascending the stairs of the Eiffel Tower.
HITLER IN AN OPEN CAR Overhead shot of Hitler riding in an open car on a street lined with spectators. POV behind Hitler in a moving vehicle, he is seen standing, arm upraised in a Nazi salute, gazing at the spectators in passing.
GARY COOPER AT HUAC TRIAL - 2 Scenes from Gary Cooper's testimony at the House of Un-American Activities Committee's trial. The investigator questioning the actor. Gary Cooper, surrounded by reporters, responds to questions, stating his opposition to Communism and denying any participation in that party. Reaction shots from female audience members, including some women laughing and others knitting. The large room, packed with reporters.
HUAC TRIAL--HOLLYWOOD TEN Dramatic scenes investigations at the House of Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) trial. Two members of the "Hollywood Ten"--filmmaker Herbert Biberman and writer John Howard Lawson--refusing to answer the question, "Are you a member of the Communist party?" Audio of an angry investigator, ordering John Howard Lawson away from the stand. The men surrounded by photographers. Audio of loud commotion and gavel banging in the room.
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