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Liberation Cherbourg

Jack Lieb, war cameraman, comments scenes from Cherbourg after the battle of Cherbourg in 1944. Scenes from the destroyed harbor of Cherbourg, French people welcoming the Americans, American using the picture of Hitler as a Pinboard, first official ceremony held in France with General Collin and Mayor of Cherbourg with a tricolor flag made out of parachute cloth, etc.

Video specifications

  • 4:47
  • June 30, 1944
  • Color

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