‘I’m off to war’: French Order of Liberation vet remembers WWII

In 1940, General de Gaulle created the ‘Order of the Liberation’, 1,038 men and women who would fight to free France from Nazi rule in World War II. Among those, only 11 are alive today. At 97 years old, former member of the French resistance and politician Hubert Germain offers an increasingly-rare first hand account of his experiences.