World War One - Armistice Day, November, 1918 - Celebration in Paris, France.
Good shot of a man on a ladder putting up a sign: "La Guerre est Gagnee - Vive la France - - Vivent les Allies!" ( The War is Won - Long Live France - Long Live the Allies). CU French & British soldiers kissing women...
Great footage of crowds on the streets of Paris on Armistice Day, 1918.
Celebrations around the world after the news of Germany's surrender.
People celebrate Armistice Day in Paris, France.
France remembers her war dead in massive military parade past Arc de Triomphe.
The fourth anniversary of the Armistice, Compiegne and Paris, France.
Footage of the mobilisation of the French army.
People in Paris celebrate the end of World War One. France.
Parisians celebrate the anniversary of the Liberation of their beloved city from occupation.
General De Gaulle leads parade through streets of liberated Paris.
Outbreak of war in France - soldiers leave for front.
Remembrance Day parade of veterans along Champs Elysees, Paris.
Admiral Beatty and Naval parade in Paris. France.
America's oldest regiments lay floral tributes on Grave of Unknown Warrior, Paris.
Armistice Day celebrations in Paris, France.
French veterans and soldiers march to remember dead comrades from WWI.
President Doumergue and his Cabinet gather at Tomb of Unknown Warrior in Paris.
Wreaths are laid at Tomb of Unknown Soldier on Armistice Day. Paris, France.
Replica armistice coach, Foch statue, troops marching with Arch de Triomphe in background.
British Legion veterans parade in Paris then attend celebration.
France celebrates the ceasefire at Pierre d'Haudroy.
Good celebration scenes in Paris, France.
French President General de Gaulle attends Armistice Day ceremony in Paris.
An English version of the French documentary "Dix Millions De Francais" covering De Gaulle's rapturous welcome in Algeria on his post-election visit in early June 1958.
A French documentary "Dix Millions De Francais" covering De Gaulle's rapturous welcome in Algeria on his post-election visit in early June 1958.