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World War II: German troops in Cologne; Envoys meet in Paris; Nazis march

Title "The March on the Rhine, first pictures of actual occupation" is superimposed on marchers with flags / German soldiers crossing a bridge in Koblenz // Cologne: crowds wave as they march along a street with numerous people giving the Nazi salute; people on bicycles ride alongside the soldiers pulling a caisson; a building with tall columns with Nazi flags / VS soldiers rolling past old buildings on a narrow street; people waving / A locomotive passes from Cologne Cathedral; women throwing flowers to the soldiers; and a marching band follows civilians / Pan up of the Cathedral / VS hundreds of soldiers marching (an equestrian statue in the distance) / wipe // Paris: Foreign minister Pierre-Etienne Flandin exits car and walks past / Belgian Prime Minister Paul van Zeeland, at right, walks with another man / British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden decars / rear shot he enters building / wipe // Berlin: Adolf Hitler and entourage walk with two soldiers carrying a wreath as they visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier / CU line of saluting German soldiers / WS Hitler and the group enter building housing the tomb / monument with wreaths at its base / banners with swastikas and the Nazi eagle emblem / CU the monument / night: VS torchlight parade of soldiers with Nazi flags and swastika banners; crowd looks on, issues Nazi salutes / military parade with goose stepping / Note: exact day not known
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Clip #:
Sherman Grinberg Library
Date created:
01 March, 1936
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Cologne, Germany
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QuickTime 10-bit ProRes 422 (HQ) HD 1920x1080 23.98p
Originally shot on:
35mm B/W Neg
Sherman Grinberg Library
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