Made for the home market in Germany during WWII, this film shows the German assault on Antwerp Belgium. It opens with aerial shots of the city with an oil refinery on fire (:39). At :46 a fort is shown from the air with a moat around it. At 1:00 German troops advance towards Antwerp. At 1:16 a Belgian tank burns by the roadside. At 1:39 German artillery bombards the city from the docks while at 1:54 German troops invade in small boats, on bicycles and motorcycles. At 2:00 the Texaco oil refinery burns. At 2:13 dead Belgian troops are shown on the road to Leuven east of Brussels. At 2:30 Wehrmacht troops move past tank barriers and barricades to set up a gun. At 2:40 more dead Belgian troops are seen. At 2:56 the Belgian royal symbol is shown smashed on the ground while at 3:00 the German flag is lofted from the city hall. At 3:00 a truck with the Mercedes symbol clearly visible moves past camera as the German advance continues. Halftracks ford a river at 3:20 and a column of tanks and artillery follows. At 3:47 air attacks on Maubeuge, France near the Belgian border begin. At 3:56 a sign points the way towards Chimay, Avenues and Maubeuge as the German Army moves ahead. The city is on fire at 4:40 as Panzers roll across the border in a seemingly endless stream.