Jewish displaced persons inspected at a Displaced Persons' (DP) Center in Bensheim, Germany. Mr I L Kenen, Mr Jacob Blaustein and Mr Chaplain Friedman visit the Jewish DP center. A crowd of Jewish displaced people on the streets. Blaustein, Kenen and Friedman sit into their cars and drive on roads. They talk to the displaced Jewish people and then talk with each other. A group of young men and women parade. Young children at the DP camp. Young children march at the camp.
Jewish displaced persons inspected at a Displaced Persons' (DP) Center in Bensheim, Germany. Mr I L Kenen, Mr Jacob Blaustein and Mr Chaplain Friedman visit the Jewish DP center. Cars of visitors drive on a road to the camp. A crowd of displaced Jewish people surround the visitors. Few men stand by the road and watch the cars move. Blaustein, Kenen, Friedman and others inspect the group of marching boys and girls.
Jewish displaced persons inspected at a Displaced Persons' (DP) Center in Bensheim, Germany. Mr I L Kenen, Mr Jacob Blaustein and Mr Chaplain Friedman visit the Jewish DP center. A signboard reads 'Victory Guest Club' where the visiting party stayed. Cars move inside the guest club. Inspection party stands on the door steps of the guest club and address crowd of people gathered outside.
Arrival of displaced persons and refugees of World War 2 in New York, after the war. Men, women, and children arriving at New York City on May 20, 1946 after a voyage that departed Bremerhaven Germany on May 11, 1946. People greet relatives at the dock in New York. Two young men and a girl stand together and show the concentration camp tattoos on their arms. The tattoo numbers are A9496 on the young man with the hat, A13889 on the girl, and B3073 on the young man without a hat. The young man with tattoo B3073 is Berek Gola (also called Bernard Gola) a 20 year old Jewish man from Poland. He had been imprisoned by the Nazis at Treblinka and at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp (where he received the tattoo). A woman and a man holding a young girl stand. Women holding children stand by. A man holding a young child. People debarking from the ship. People crowd at the dock. They meet their relatives. People stand behind a fence. A woman greets her relative. An emotional woman cries when reunited with relatives.
The London Blitz. Sections of London ablaze from German bombing.US President Franklin Roosevelt signing H.R. 1946, Lend-Lease legislation. View of last page of H.R.1946, signed by Sam Rayburn, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, and by President Roosevelt. United States sends war material to England. 'USA' written on Lend-Lease boxes being loaded on lorry after arrival in Britain. Huge crates of Lend-Lease war materiel on railroad flat cars pulled by locomotive. Smoke rises up from the engine. 'Machine tools, BULLARD, Bridgeport Conn.' written on crate in transit.
Views from dock in New York and from aboard ship as the SS Marine Flasher arrives in New York on May 20, 1946, after departing Bremerhaven Germany on May 11, 1946. Crowd of people gathered to greet passengers getting off the ship. Scenes show jubilant people and some reunions of family members or relatives. The passengers are largely displaced persons and refugees from World War 2. People disembark the ship. A woman with her child stands in front of a hatch. Three women aboard the ship pose. A woman kisses a man. People meet their relatives. People leave with their luggage. The luggage of the people with tags. Luggage tags with name (Ingeborg) Inge Rummeni of 824 North 38th St. Milwaukee Wisconsin on them. A woman and a child show concentration camp number tattoos on their arms from a Nazi German prison camp.