Jews remove stars during liberation of Tunisia
Scenes from the liberation of Kairouan, Tunisia on April 4, 1943 by the 8th British Army. View of the city, followed by shots of French General Philippe Leclerc. Residents of Kairouan cheer and greet the entering British troops. Jews remove their star badges, throw them to the ground, and step on them. A man removes a sign that reads, "Durchgang fuer Wehrmacht Verboten [entry by the Wehrmacht forbidden]."
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