Paris 1940 - Deutsche Besatzung - German Occupation - l´Occupation allemande, film: color/bw

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In den Strassen von Paris im Herbst 1940, gefilmt von Gerd Brügelmann, damals Soldat der Deutschen Wehrmacht. Neben kurzen Farbaufnahmen von den Champs Elysées, einer von vielen Paraden rund um den Triumpfbogen und einen kuriosen Tretauto, sind zahlreiche Aufnahmen rund um den Opernplatz zu sehen, damals Standort der Wehrmachtskommandantur und der Deutschen Stadtverwaltung. Beeindruckend sind auch die Aufnahmen von der Kathedrale Notre Dame in Reims mit einer gigantischen Schutzkonstruktion vor dem Eingang, zudem gibt es noch ein paar Eindrücke vom Schloß Fontainebleau, südlich von Paris.

Hintergrund: Im Rahmen des "Westfeldzuges" des Zweiten Weltkriegs wurden die westlichen Nachbarn Niederlande, Belgien, Luxemburg und Frankreich von der Deutschen Wehrmacht angegriffen und innerhalb von sechs Wochen besetzt. Paris wurde zur offenen Stadt erklärt, d.h. die Französische Regierung erklärte, Paris würde nicht verteidigt, durfte laut Kriegsrecht deshalb nicht angegriffen werden und wurde von der Deutschen Wehrmacht am 14. Juni 1940 kampflos eingenommen. Es folgten vier Jahre unter Deutscher Besatzung und NS-Besatzungspolitik. Die Filmaufnahmen z.T. in Farbe entstanden im Herbst 1940, gefilmt von Gerd Brügelmann, mit einer 16mm Filmkamera.

In weiteren Filmaufnahmen aus dem besetzten Frankreich von Gerd Brügelmann und anderen Kameraleuten sind weitere Aufnahmen aus der Besatzungszeit in Frankreich enthalten. Sie zeigen neben scheinbar idylischen Landschaften und Städtchen auch Spuren des Krieges, Zerstörungen, Flüchtlingselend, die ungeheure Logistik des Krieges und das Leben der Besatzer.

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YORUMLAR: 404
Jean Michel Dubois
Jean Michel Dubois 6 gün önce
Bien sauf qu'entre 2mn57 et 3mn19 c'est Reims et sa cathédrale..
Ivan Broussdelattre
Ivan Broussdelattre 7 gün önce
QUELLE MISÈRE !!! ......
Vincent Malteste
Vincent Malteste 13 gün önce
A 3 minutes 25 fontainebleau
Frank S.
Frank S. 18 gün önce
That is History,Not a Good Time for France,but sometimes win French end sometimes Germany...look back Napoleon, Louie...,etc.! Now we Good Friends...is better
Klara Steinhauser
Klara Steinhauser 25 gün önce
„The war is terrible. Killing a person is a sin!”
Pavel M
Pavel M 28 gün önce
Want to see this video in color !
Mexicali México
Mexicali México Aylar önce
0:23 Name March ???
Michael Conway Baker
Michael Conway Baker Aylar önce
One doesn't get a sense, from this footage, that Paris was occupied by German military! Given that France had a much bigger army, it seems astounding to me that the Germans won the war in 1940!
Haim Ben Avraham
Haim Ben Avraham Aylar önce
Paris, on a platter.
Andy harpist
Andy harpist Aylar önce
Even today the segregation begins again. 'Show me your passport papers.'
FrenchArtAntiques Paris
FrenchArtAntiques Paris Aylar önce
This is just the beginning of the war, that's why the French are still so well-dressed and going to cafes.... Wait until 1943-1944, the city is tranformed, and there are resistance fighters doing their best.
John Marks
John Marks Aylar önce
You must be nuts. Your French "resistance" was a joke
27th
27th Aylar önce
No to many know that the French Legion was defending headquarters of Hitler to the very last hour. No government collaborated, in every aspect, with Germans so passionately like the French government.
Roman Piroman
Roman Piroman Aylar önce
Feldmarschall Dupenstein :D
Rickey Gogoi
Rickey Gogoi Aylar önce
2:28 Adolf himself walking in Paris.
eleanor93 chapuis
eleanor93 chapuis Aylar önce
the castle ( Napoleon ) is not in Paris but is Fontainebleau , 77 Seine et Marne
Andreas Rockstein
Andreas Rockstein Aylar önce
da sind nicht nur Bilder von Paris dabei, sondern auch von Reims und von Fontainebleau
Angelo Acorda
Angelo Acorda Aylar önce
Colored pls !!
Elizabeth Mitchell
Elizabeth Mitchell Aylar önce
John Bielecki
John Bielecki Aylar önce
Even the Germans, during the war, showed some respect to Paris. They didn't bomb the shit out of it.
Loulovesspeed
Loulovesspeed Aylar önce
@John Bielecki - Don't mistake orders from the Fuhrer not to bomb France as respect! Hitler also had given orders to blow up all of Paris if things went against Germany.
Adam Moumou
Adam Moumou Aylar önce
Je suis Algérien, et j'envoie une lettre d'amour à le peuple Français, Nos vrais amis, contrairement leur régime politique raciste qui empêche les Algériens de visiter la France.
jorge Ibarrola
jorge Ibarrola 2 aylar önce
Buen Inglés, con mucho acento mexicano, se escucha bonito
Anton Sevastian
Anton Sevastian 2 aylar önce
Mizerable nazist
nouck
nouck 2 aylar önce
как же много тварей оправдывающих нацистов в комментариях после их то зверств и убийств 40+ миллионов человек. зато какой париж красивый =)
D-ROLF B
D-ROLF B 2 aylar önce
Wir waren mit dem Trabi am Eifelturm -make love not war - vive la France !
Scorpius
Scorpius 2 aylar önce
A 3 min ce n'est pas Paris mais Reims ....
clarkewi
clarkewi 2 aylar önce
The Germans didn't treat the France and Belgium the same way they treated Poland and Russia.
Lertsenem
Lertsenem 2 aylar önce
Mêle en temps de guerre, il y avait beaucoup de riches. Toutes ces vieilles voitures de collection doivent valoir une fortune.
Carlos Suarez
Carlos Suarez 2 aylar önce
Te falto en español >:(
Nate Peace
Nate Peace 2 aylar önce
No matter the era. 1940, 2020, 2040, 31040, there is one universal truth that binds humanity, like a religious passage. The cameraman is always safe.
Teorema 367
Teorema 367 2 aylar önce
TESORI DEL CINEMA... - Quando il "" CAPO "" ci incita alla guerra dettagliandoci tutte le cattiverie del nemico, tutti noi creduloni, siamo con lui ; ovviamente pensiamo che siano gli altri a perire e noi goderne del loro sacrificio. La grande maggioranza dei caduti sono proprio coloro che la guerra la caldeggiavano. Spiace per i pochi che non la volevano, la guerra è una brutta bestia !!!
johnthebrexiteer
johnthebrexiteer 2 aylar önce
Germany and France deserve each other!
Don Nuele
Don Nuele 2 aylar önce
2:04 catcalling under nazis
Brian S
Brian S 2 aylar önce
So strange that Germans are.. they don't belong there. .. so arrogant.
e shelly
e shelly 2 aylar önce
I have photos of my Opa in France on leave in 40
Messi 30 PSG
Messi 30 PSG 2 aylar önce
Paris 1940 moi je suis né 66ans après en 2006 j'habite Auteuil paris
bjoisac
bjoisac 2 aylar önce
Music: Gustav Mahler symphony nr.10
александр соколов
александр соколов 2 aylar önce
Когда сдаешь город и свою душу дьяволу --на здания это не распостраняется
Tom Cooper
Tom Cooper 2 aylar önce
A brutal time for Paris. The Gestapo was at work arresting, torturing & killing people. Curfew was set. Citizen vehicles would be banned. Such a scary time to be a Parisian.
Modus A
Modus A 2 aylar önce
Moi ce que je trouve très humiliant pour la France en voyant ces images d'archives c'est que Paris n'a même pas été défendu. Si ça avait été le cas même si le sort de la guerre avait été malgré tout favorable aux Allemands face aux Français. L'image de la France et de son armée aurait eu un autre retentissement.
Jack
Jack 2 aylar önce
I expected the city to be in ruins
Frank Elkann
Frank Elkann 2 aylar önce
.
Tahar Serbis
Tahar Serbis 2 aylar önce
Merci pour le partage ...
Star Wars Infinity
Star Wars Infinity 2 aylar önce
If Napoleon watch this...
G. Y.
G. Y. 2 aylar önce
Les gens vont au travail et font leur vie normal quoi, comme à présent avec le pass-sanitaire
Aliens 98
Aliens 98 2 aylar önce
0:42 electric car
Hitrik S.L.
Hitrik S.L. 2 aylar önce
Tolle Autos!!! Was die Heute solche Delages, Panhard, Hotkiss, kosten würden, was ?
Panzer Sati
Panzer Sati 3 aylar önce
kostbare Filmschätze
Zhou Wu
Zhou Wu 3 aylar önce
Hitler was very angry with the Kaiser in WWI that he pulled Germany out of their attempt to invade Paris. Now that in WWII, they succeeded in taking Paris, almost without a fight, I wonder if they were actually happy and satisfied. I think not. Like a ravenous wolf 🐺, the entirety of France probably just felt like an appetizer. The crowds went wild and wanted more. London. Moscow. And eventually, Washington DC. And after that, what? The moon? Mars? Alpha Centauri?
Blanka Jindrich
Blanka Jindrich 3 aylar önce
Some of the store sighs were already in German, they must had been thrilled.
Etienne Etienne
Etienne Etienne 3 aylar önce
Now France and Germany are reconciliated and we are both allieds in NATO.
Shivraj Patil
Shivraj Patil 3 aylar önce
How were these german occupied countries public getting fuel for transportation ..as hitler was facing severe oil shortage during war ??
Zeynep K
Zeynep K 2 aylar önce
Goldman Sachs, Rockefeller & Rothschild
PHL M
PHL M 3 aylar önce
Not at the beginning of the war.
Josiane Horn
Josiane Horn 3 aylar önce
Voulais vous revivre ça les naïfs
Mirian Mendes
Mirian Mendes 3 aylar önce
Top
Jesper Sorensen
Jesper Sorensen 4 aylar önce
I think this shows the public face of Terror. 75000 French Jews were sent to the Nazi Death Camps.
ELIE KOPTER
ELIE KOPTER 3 aylar önce
Many more Jews were deported from smaller countries. 105000 from Netherlands, for instance. Which means the almost entire Jewish population of this country.
rondo engin
rondo engin 4 aylar önce
deutsche haben wirklich damals gedacht das sie irgendwann die welt erobern die nasen popler haben 2 welt kriege angefangen beide verloren wie erniedrigend.
Liberty Tan
Liberty Tan 4 aylar önce
DONT FORGET !!! WHO LIBERATED FRANCE FROM GERMANY.?? PLS SHOW GRATITUDE ALWAYS TO THIS EVENT.
Polnasaint Runatelli
Polnasaint Runatelli 2 aylar önce
God bless you
John White
John White 4 aylar önce
Do you see any anger grief etc over a humiliating defeat? And this wasnt even Vichy section ? Yes I know hundreds of thousands of French were-or were soon to be - enslaved making weapons for himmler, Todd’s no schemer, but Only the French communists it seems were really all that upset about a nazified Europe.
PHL M
PHL M 3 aylar önce
This is a propaganda film. There was another reality.
Ivana Notyers
Ivana Notyers 4 aylar önce
Does anyone know anything about the “car” with bicycle wheels at :42 in?
James 77
James 77 4 aylar önce
Thank you Germany for not bombing that beautiful city
Polnasaint Runatelli
Polnasaint Runatelli 2 aylar önce
If they gave up why need bombing?
MAX HIMUM
MAX HIMUM 3 aylar önce
Paris city or area were bombed several times during this war. By Nazis, and mostly by Allied raids.
PAUL HEMIK
PAUL HEMIK 3 aylar önce
Paris was bombed several times. By Nazis or Allied raids : trshow.info/watch/aglQCGRxndM/video.html
ALEX TERIEUR
ALEX TERIEUR 3 aylar önce
Paris was bombed several times. By Nazi or Allied raids : trshow.info/watch/aglQCGRxndM/video.html
eddie chan
eddie chan 4 aylar önce
Do you have any footage of the Velodrome d'Hiver?
desneflesausysteme
desneflesausysteme Aylar önce
Avez vous des images des Cadets de Saumur et du sabordage de la Flotte à Toulon ?
George B
George B 4 aylar önce
This is what fascism looks like when it comes to your country. It can be deceptively subtle. And sometimes it presents itself as patriotism. Nationalists and fascists are NOT patriots! Repuglicons, trump and those who support them are treasonous and fascists. We must always be vigilant. Our freedom and Democracy are continually under threat from enemies both foreign AND DOMESTIC. Exercise your paid for in BLOOD right to VOTE BLUE in 2022! 💙🇺🇸
john r White
john r White 4 aylar önce
This calmness is what the media and propaganda would have you believe ! Your looking at freedom reversed ! When the people you see stop fearing is called ! Opression ! When you have fear it’s because you still have somthing left that can be taken away ! And what you see in the daily life of people of France during this film was people who have no sense of hope ! Hope was taken away during this film and there was no fear in the people because they gave in to the opressers ! This is the face of Evil !
pd417
pd417 4 aylar önce
Little did they know at the time, they would be subject to five more years of pain and hardship because of the Nazi occupation.
volksfront
volksfront 2 aylar önce
Four more years, to count more precisely.
Ale
Ale 4 aylar önce
I am seeing a Nazi meeting here... what the fuck you learned from your school ... to be proud to be progenies of Nazi Bastards...? learn your History ''ignorant German'' otherwise you will face the same shit in front of you!
Richard W
Richard W 4 aylar önce
Meanwhile in Morocco in “Ricks Cafe” people were drinking brandy and having a good time.
Kalle Nemet
Kalle Nemet Aylar önce
"Ricks Cafe" in Casablanca was a pure Hollywood-FICTION. - The American SCRIPTWRITERS didn't know at all what was going on on the other side of the ATLANTIC! - In reality whole NORTH-AFRICA was warraged: From Egypt and Libya in the East up to Casablanca (in Morocco) in the West, where the Allies landed in November 1942! - Thus, there was no place for RICK and no place for LOVE-ROMANCE either! (K.N. Historian - 10/11-2021)
biski
biski 4 aylar önce
How you going to keep comments respectful ? Germany occupied France , who is here the agresor??? I have not forgot Germany for that. Once you lost the trust is difficult to trust again. What a shameful thing to do, what a crazy thing to do. It was a totally collective madness. Vive La France! 🇫🇷
Ann Leung
Ann Leung 4 aylar önce
The year of my birth a sad time for France
Daniel Day
Daniel Day 4 aylar önce
What a terrifying time.
SD
SD 4 aylar önce
Me being half German makes me sick of seeing this nazis take over.
Armando Garza
Armando Garza 5 aylar önce
Paris beautiful 4Ever!
sextius1
sextius1 5 aylar önce
Ne vous fiez à l’indifférence apparente des passants, si on pouvait voir leurs pensées on verrait qu’ils haïssent les allemands qui occupent Paris.
MEZ Mack D.
MEZ Mack D. 5 aylar önce
0:41 what kind of car was that???
Mexicali México
Mexicali México 29 gün önce
Car electric
RavingMadJock
RavingMadJock 5 aylar önce
Nice archive footage from Gerd Brügelmann ~ but I somehow believe if it wasn't for the fact that he was in thee Wehrmacht and in uniform at time he'd filmed this - as civilians would've have been certainly been challenged & arrested by (Herr Flick) the men in black leather raincoats !
Ruth Ann K
Ruth Ann K 5 aylar önce
They didn’t know how bad it was going to get. 😢
Willian Lopez
Willian Lopez 5 aylar önce
Viva . France . Paris . 👌.okay.Thank you.
LordM8rshal
LordM8rshal 5 aylar önce
Ce film est vraiment très intéressant. Mais j'aime la façon dont l'histoire s'est déroulée. La France est une grande nation, et bien sûr l'Allemagne est aussi une grande nation. J'aime mes frères français et une alliance vaut bien mieux que de s'occuper les uns les autres. L'alliance entre nos deux pays a fait la grandeur de l'Europe, et elle continuera à le faire. Dieser Film ist mit Sicherheit sehr interessant. Aber mir gefällt wie sich die Geschichte entwickelt hat. Frankreich ist eine große Nation und Deutschland ist natürlich auch eine große Nation. Ich liebe meine französischen Brüder und eine Allianz ist viel besser, als wenn man sich gegenseitig besetzt. Die Allianz zwischen unseren beiden Ländern hat Europa groß gemacht und wird es auch weiterhin tun.
tyrannus
tyrannus 2 aylar önce
fakten
njits789
njits789 5 aylar önce
2:28 a moustache that soon would be out of fashion.
L0v3lac3
L0v3lac3 5 aylar önce
Paris was a Open City. They surrendered. So all the buildings still standing.
Mike Higgins
Mike Higgins 5 aylar önce
I thought id seen every video from 1939-‘45 but I had never seen this! I recall seeing a video taken by someone who had hid the camera in the front basket of a bicycle and cruised around Paris in 1940. This is much better.
Brad Amador
Brad Amador 5 aylar önce
One must remember also that there was a “Vichy” portion of France, and many French sympathized with the Nazis and hated Jews (remember the Dreyfus affair?)…It is a time that is still controversial, and a lot of French feel uneasy talking about it…
R J P
R J P 2 aylar önce
Please watch Episode 1 of the BBC "World at War" documentary, available here on TRshow.
Sarah Piaggio
Sarah Piaggio 5 aylar önce
Standing up to the enemy when he's banging on the door is one thing, but it takes a different level of courage to stand up to him when he's in the house and holding a gun to the head of your loved ones. France never had time to unify against the common enemy as Britain did. Antisemitism was also rife in Britain (see influence of Imperial Fascist League and Union of British Fascists). French resources were pillaged by Germany under the occupation, creating very real hunger such that many thousands of the poorest died of starvation and related illnesses. I can quite see why collaboration would have been attractive under those circumstances. This generation should be glad we're not being tested in that way, since I suspect a lot more of us would collaborate than we'd like to admit.
Sirena Spades
Sirena Spades 5 aylar önce
Most of the commenters fail to notice that Paris is overtaken by the Occupation during this time, very obvious in this clip.
Khalil Benbia
Khalil Benbia Aylar önce
Yes indeed
Mark Symonds
Mark Symonds 5 aylar önce
Interesting how life was away from the death and destruction and how infrastructure carried on. I always think of people during that time, if they were not fighting they would be building and making the machinery and weapons of war. Not sitting around shopping and sipping espresso. Even London during the Blitz days, the Doodle bugs and V2`s the people just got on with life, work having a drink. But then again what else could you do. Other chores besides war stuff had to be carried out.
FrenchArtAntiques Paris
FrenchArtAntiques Paris Aylar önce
Remember this is stilll the veginnning of the war.... Paris in 1943 looked totally different.
Loulovesspeed
Loulovesspeed Aylar önce
@Mark Symonds - You left out another huge reason for the public to "carry on." It did a great deal to help the conquered people to keep their sanity!
Hilde Toepoel
Hilde Toepoel 2 aylar önce
remember this was the summer of 1940. Throughout occupied western Europe, it seemed as if nothing had happened. In the course of 1942 came the rations, persecution, embezzlement and executions. The fun was over, traitor or patriot.
NYC Songman
NYC Songman 2 aylar önce
"Other chores besides war stuff had to be carried out." Exactly; besides providing a small measure of calm to the Parisenne psyche; working and carrying on as normal probably helped you from getting on the Fuherer's s-list. Yikes.
ALPHANIORT
ALPHANIORT 5 aylar önce
For all those who spit in the face of France...What would you have done, if you are been in our place?
Christopher Matthews
Christopher Matthews 5 aylar önce
Watching this I’m thinking, French people just trying to go about their business while evil forces are building all around them, hmmm sounds familiar
Theo FarmManager
Theo FarmManager 5 aylar önce
A slick, sick answer would be that it’s always nice to go well-dressed to a concentration camp. The reality is that most “ordinary” people did dress well to make any outside trip. It must be expected that most of the population (40 million in 1939) tolerated or learnt to live with or learnt to ignore the occupiers. That no criticism because my considered view is that I would have been neither collaborator or resistance but in the middle. It’s estimated that in the years 1940, 1941,1942, there were perhaps 40,000 people that could be defined as resistance ( that is one in every thousand). That figure probably rose to 100,000 by 1944 when it may be said that the chances of Allied victory were very high. I’ve not found a reliable figure for the number of collaborators (people who made a pragmatic decision to assist the occupiers) or collaborationist (those with an affinity to the tenets of fascism) or those horizontal collaborators ( ladies who….well, pretty self-explanatory). But even that 100,000 resistance fighters (or partisans or insurgents or terrorists depending on who is fighting them) seems to me to be a relatively low percentage of the population. As I have said, not a critics, as I would guess just day-to-day survival would be tough.
merlin-ulg
merlin-ulg 5 aylar önce
Good quality for 1940
Melinda Douglas
Melinda Douglas 5 aylar önce
All the remarks are how nicely the people are dressed. The Germans invaded and occupied France and sent Jewish Parisians to death camps people! Who cares how they were dressed they were occupied by an invading army!
derek custance
derek custance 5 aylar önce
That’s the Fontainebleau Chateau towards the end.
Ash Dav99
Ash Dav99 5 aylar önce
The French just walking around like it’s no big deal they were conquered by the Germans…weird.
S subhani
S subhani 15 gün önce
*occupied
desneflesausysteme
desneflesausysteme Aylar önce
Nos ancêtres qui ont vécu la défaite, ceux qui ont été déportés, ceux qui ont résisté au péril de leurs vies ne seraient pas du tout de votre avis.
Loulovesspeed
Loulovesspeed Aylar önce
@Ash Dav99 - What would you have them do, lay down on the streets and walkways and cry like little babies? They were compelled to try and live life as ordinary as possible, even after being conquered. That is the common human nature for survival!
Malek Yasmina
Malek Yasmina 5 aylar önce
Terrible et désastreuse période. Néanmoins très intéressante vidéo. Merci beaucoup.
DMG
DMG 6 aylar önce
It is interesting to see that the French conquered by the Germans continued to live a normal life.. They smile.. they sit in cafes, enjoy life.. as if nothing had happened..
Silvia Steinbach
Silvia Steinbach 6 aylar önce
Und was hats gebracht am Ende lag Deutschland am boden
Frederik Vinamont
Frederik Vinamont 6 aylar önce
2:24 two black men walking freely
Rose-Marie Trembloy
Rose-Marie Trembloy 6 aylar önce
Wenn ich das alles lese , , wird mir schlecht. Ich bin Belgierin und war neun, als der Krieg im Mai 1940 begann. Vier Jahre Nazi Besatzung, Angst, Hunger, Verschwinden von Freunden, Verwandten, Nachbarn, die Väter, Onkel, Brüder in Gefangenschaft, die Flugzeuge die über unseren Köpfen nach England flogen ...... und die Deutschen sehen nur, dass die Frauen ach so nett gekleidet waren und die Stadt sauber war. Da kann man sich wirklich Fragen stellen. Wie Sie sehen, ich sehe Deutsch nicht als die Sprache vom Feind, ich hatte ( ich bin 90 und die meisten Freunde sind verstorben) gute Freunde in Deutschland, aber ich werde immer stutzig, wenn ich solche Kommentare lese. Kann es sein, dass die Geschichte nichts mehr bedeutet ? Sollte das der Fall sein, dann könnte eventuell alles aufs Neue anfangen.
titusho2
titusho2 6 aylar önce
Though things seem normal in the air' one can sense the unease tension and uncertainties and darkness of the take over by Nazism, horrible!.. I like the beautiful classic cars.
Данил Каев
Данил Каев 6 aylar önce
Now compare this to the East Europe (USSR, Poland)... ruined cities, mass executions, tortures, etc. France was like nothing really happen, less wine and cheese at the market. Just look at those smiling cheeks. Two totally different wars.
chaz smith
chaz smith 6 aylar önce
Only thing looks nice in this is the weather.
Mehmet Yilmaz
Mehmet Yilmaz 6 aylar önce
Almanya'nın gücü 45 milyon Fransa'yi tek bir silah patlamadan esir aldı
Manuel Higueras Navas
Manuel Higueras Navas 6 aylar önce
Que triste sebe paris
T D
T D 6 aylar önce
looks like German did not bomb Paris?
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