National Geographic : 1945 Apr
Paris Freed 389 U. S. Army Signal Corps. Official Champs Elysees Roars "Vive Shursheel!" for the British Prime Minister Armistice Day, 1944, marked a triumph for Mr. Churchill. When France was captive, he encouraged her by radio, speaking in French. Now he visits a free Paris as guest of Gen. Charles de Gaulle (standing to his left). With Anthony Eden (to left of De Gaulle), they review troops. French, American, British, and Soviet flags are massed. Right: offices of the Parisien Libre, formerly an Underground paper.