German prisoners readily surrender on the Verdun front.
German prisoners at Verdun. France.
World War One. German prisoners taken during Battle of Verdun. Pathe propaganda says the enemy's morale is broken; and they are readily surrendering. Shot of French guards leading row of German prisoners through a ditch in the field. Then shot of the prisoners sitting on ground; behind barbed wire fence; pan across the men; most of whom stare at the camera with blank expression; but a guy at the end smiles warmly when the camera comes to him.
(G 400 A)