June 14, 1940, German forces march into Paris, marking the start of the occupation of the French capital. The city is declared an open city, and the enemy holds control for over four years until August 1944. While much has been documented about the hardships faced by the French under occupation, little is known about the perspective of the German soldiers. What were their living conditions like? How did they experience this period? Did they interact with the French population? Let's explore the untold story of the German soldiers during the occupation of Paris.