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World War II. A Frenchman crying as German soldiers are marching in Paris, June 1940. Download Cart
World War II. A Frenchman crying as German soldiers are marching in Paris, June 1940.

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World War II. American tank in Paris, August 1944. Download Cart
World War II. American tank in Paris, August 1944.

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World War II. Soldiers of the 4th US Infantry division look at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, after the French capital had been liberated on August 25, 1944. Download Cart
World War II. Soldiers of the 4th US Infantry division look at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, after the French capital had been liberated on August 25, 1944.

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World War II. American troops of the 28th infantry division march down the Champs-Elysees, Paris, in the  Victory Parade . August 29, 1944. Download Cart
World War II. American troops of the 28th infantry division march down the Champs-Elysees, Paris, in the "Victory Parade". August 29, 1944.

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World War II. Hitler in Paris, June 23, 1940. Download Cart
World War II. Hitler in Paris, June 23, 1940.

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World War II. Parisians line the Champs-Elysees to cheer the mass infantry units of the American army as they march in review towards the Arc de Triomphe, celebrating the liberation of the capital of France from Nazi occupation. August 29, 1944. Download Cart
World War II. Parisians line the Champs-Elysees to cheer the mass infantry units of the American army as they march in review towards the Arc de Triomphe, celebrating the liberation of the capital of France from Nazi occupation. August 29, 1944.

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World War II. Crowds of Parisians celebrating the entry of Allied troops in Paris scatter for cover as a sniper fires from a building on the place de la Concorde. Although the Germans surrendered the city, small bands of snipers still remained. August 26, 1944. Download Cart
World War II. Crowds of Parisians celebrating the entry of Allied troops in Paris scatter for cover as a sniper fires from a building on the place de la Concorde. Although the Germans surrendered the city, small bands of snipers still remained. August 26, 1944.

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