19 20 National edition: [issue of October 10, 2022]
FR3 / France 3
Infantrymen on LCM (Landing Craft Mechanized) land in Normandy during D-day in WW2
Extended version of POV shot of Infantrymen onboard an LCM (Landing Craft Mechanized) on the Invasion of Normandy (D-Day) in World War 2. French houses can be seen on the background. Infantry disembark from the LCM after landing in Normandy beachhead. A soldier with a wedding ring gives his friend a reassuring pat on the back before they disembark from the LCM. Sea-going amphibious DD Sherman tanks (Duplex Drive tanks, nicknamed "Donald Duck tanks) moving towards beachhead in Normandy. United States soldiers in LCM (Landing Craft Mechanized). DD tanks on beachhead of Normandy. Soldiers disembark from LCM after arriving in beachhead. Location: France. Date: June 6, 1944.
Home Life, 1930
Young adult Caucasian woman making breakfast in kitchen; she wears a robe, has a short flapper style haircu. Woman seated at kitchen table pouring tea or coffee into cups; young adult Caucasian man enters carrying newspaper, wearing a tank top; they kiss, man takes seat at kitchen table. They add sugar and cream to drinks, chat, eat breakfast (woman is eating a grapefruit). Two adult Caucasian women descending back staircase of duplex. Women standing under staircase (period era clothing including bonnet, head scarf, one woman holding a small handbag).
Technician demonstrates the expanding and closing sidewall canvas of Sherman Tank Duplex Drive at a factory
Sherman Medium M4 Tank Duplex Drive. The Sherman DD- A report to the Commanding General, European Theater of Operations. Sherman Duplex Drive (DD) in water. Four soldiers on Sherman. Sherman covered with canvas. Technician at Metropolitan Cammel Midlands factory works on the Sherman. Gauges on tank. Machines on tank. Canvas side wall goes up. Technician puts struts into place. The canvas expands. He pushes a lever and the canvas goes down. Barrel of artillery visible. He turns its barrel. (Note: filmed at Metropolitan Cammel Midlands factory, Birmingham, England who built and designed the DD equipment to be fitted to U.S. built Sherman tanks. As it is a prototype, the air controls are not in the same place as on production machines.) (World War II period). Location: Birmingham, England United Kingdom. Date: 1943.
Fires: Canadairs are Irreplaceable
TF1 (State-run until July 1982)
12 13 Edition Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur: [26 June 2022 issue]
Technician shows working of Sherman DD propellers in United States.
The U.S. Sherman Medium M4 Tank in United States. The Sherman DD-A report to the Commanding General. Technician turns a valve at Sherman Duplex Drive(DD). He pushes a lever and the canvas sidewall goes down. He works under tank. Wheel track moves. He pulls a lever. The propellers comes out. The propellers run. Technician points to parts. He operates the propellers. Technician presses buttons and pushes lever. The canvas wall side of tank goes up. Sherman DD moves out of Landing Ship Tank (LST) and makes its way towards the beach. Location: United States USA. Date: March 1944.
12 13 Edition Lorraine: [issue of 09 June 2022]
Grand Est
Allied ground forces unload supplies on the beach, French woman welcomes Allied soldiers during Invasion of Normandy (D-Day) in WW2
Allied soldiers fighting in battle during the Invasion of Normandy (D-Day) in World War 2. A house is on fire, with explosion. An artillery piece on the beach. United States soldiers wearing leaf camouflage helmets, march on the beach. A ship on fire in background as allied ground forces unload supplies from ships, barrage balloons floating in the sky above them. British soldiers unload from a landing craft on beach. Soldiers, with backpacks and carrying rifles, explore ruins and devastated town, crouching and sometimes ducking as they progress. A U.S. Army tank (M4A2 Sherman III Duplex Drive "Donald Duck" tank) reverses next to railroad tracks while soldiers take cover next to wall. British troops following Sherman tank as it surges forward. Soldiers kneeling in village. French woman shakes hands with Allied soldiers as they enter a town along railroad line with tanks. Location: France. Date: June 6, 1944.
12 13 Edition Limousin: [issue of May 23, 2022]
Midi Atlantique
Allied soldiers clear German mines in Southern France during World War II.
Allied troops during the invasion of Southern France during World War II. Allied soldiers clear German mines in France, using metal detectors to find mines. Closeup of two shoebox mines. American M4 amphibian Sherman tank with Duplex Drive beside the minefield. Soldiers sit on the beach with incomplete German pill boxes in the background. Soldiers carry ammunition and artillery shells. Two and a half ton DUKW amphibious vehicles haul 105 mm howitzer ashore as it moves past a wrecked railroad line. Location: France. Date: August 14, 1944.
Allied soldiers meet French locals, capture German prisoners after Invasion of Normandy (D-Day) during WW2
Allied soldiers and tanks (M4A2 Sherman III Duplex Drive "Donald Duck" tank) enter a French town after the Invasion of Normandy (D-Day) during World War 2. British soldiers running into town A dead French civilian on the road. British soldiers marching beside ruins. A French street devastated in ruins during D-Day. British soldier fires gun at house and field. Destroyed pillbox with bodies of dead German soldiers lying by the ruins. United States soldiers patrol a cemetery, shake hands with French man. A destroyed cottage with house roof skeleton exposed. Soldier rides a wheeled artillery canon being pulled by a tracked vehicle. A statuette of the Virgin Mary near an American soldier. Soldiers bring more supplies. Soldiers meet French locals while patrolling street. United States soldiers hiding in foliage attempt to draw fire from a sniper by raising a piece of cloth on the end of a rifle. Allied soldiers guard captured German prisoners. A pile of confiscated weapons from captured German prisoners in Normandy. Location: France. Date: June 6, 1944.
DIRECT DUPLEX- Vincent DEBES on the rise of energy prices + OFF illustration gas...
Grand Est
19 20 Edition Languedoc Roussillon: [issue of March 10, 2022]
Midi Atlantique
Registered duplex: Yannick Jadot, EELV candidate in the presidential election, in Charente Maritime
Midi Atlantique
Guest in duplex of Troyes: General Etienne Copel for his book "Au-delà du mirage"
Grand Est
The train of the Wild West
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Fire in Port Vendres: Duplex by Céline Llambrich
Midi Atlantique
19 20 Edition Alsace: [issue of May 10, 2021]
Grand Est
LE 20H: [broadcast of January 16, 2021]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
8 p.m.: [October 31, 2020 program]
A2 / France 2
Duplex guest: Hervé Lapie, after the incarceration of a farmer who shot a burglar
Grand Est