GERMAN SOLDIERS MARCH ON FOREST OF COMPIEGNE - WW II On June 21, 1940 the Germans march on Compiegne to sign an armistice with France. CU statue of WW I commander, Marshal Foch. CU stone slab (translated from French): "Here, 11 November 1918, succumbed the criminal pride of the German Empire. Vanquished by the free peoples it sought to enslave."
Date: June 21, 1940 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:16:00, No Audio
1930S NAZIS INDOCTRINATE CIVILIANS 1930s Nazi soldiers teaching young boys how to fire a machine gun and how to throw a grenade. A woman is spun around in an anti-aircraft gun. A small child is placed into the cockpit of a fighter plane by a German soldier. Benignly chilling images.
1930S NAZIS GAIN STRENGTH IN GERMANY High ranking nazi officers, including General Erwin Rommell, enjoy a huge military parade during the 1930s. Large crowds of civilians on the streets of Germany cheer marching soldiers.
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