The life of foreign prisoners of war (Italians, French, Yugoslavs) in one of the camps in Europe, liberated by the troops of the 1st Belorussian Front. Prisoners of war walk in the forest, near the pond, walk through the city streets, communicate with each other, play volleyball, dance to the accompaniment of an accordionist, listen to the Sovinformburo report, which the Soviet military reads to them. Italian prisoners of war return to their homeland. With suitcases in hand, they get into trucks. The camp commandant, Lieutenant Tyunin, says goodbye to the commander of the 11th Italian Army, General Carl Azheloso. Among the captured Italians: Chief of Staff of the 11th Army, Major General Lorenzo Riqueiri; general of the brigade, major of the aviation squadron of Albon - Kupini Renshera, participant of the transatlantic flight in 1933; sea captain 1st rank Del Grande Umberto. In the group of French officers, the grandson of Marshal F. Foch - Henri Foch.