WORLD WAR II ARMISTICE President Harry Truman's announcement of the Japanese surrender that ended World War II, including shots of the White House press corps rushing to file the news and the following celebrations in Times Square.
TOP NEWS STORIES FOR 1934 Top news stories for 1934 include a gale that hits the Pacific Northwest especially damaging to the Seattle waterfront, demolition of Atlanta, Georgia slums begins and the President and First Lady help celebrate Armistice Day. Royalty also made the news along with the first all-female football team and new methods to foil bootleggers.
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
GERMANS RETURN FROM WW I After the Armistice, German soldiers return from the front. A line of troops marches through an open field. CU of a soldier helping a wounded buddy walk. Horse drawn wagons move through a field, over a bridge and down an urban avenue. Citizens wave, soldiers on horseback salute. A man in uniform holds a little girl and gives her kisses. She looks like she wants to be somewhere else.
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