Two U.S. soldiers inspect a concentration camp in Dachau in Germany. A signboard saying 'This area is being retained as a shrine to 238,000 individuals who were cremated here. Please do not destroy'. A wooden box which was used to store the ashes of cremated victims. Multilingual signboard 'Pistol range for executions' Soldiers inspect pistol range, a mound of earth used to stop bullets. They talk to a Polish farmer, a survivor of the Camp Dachau. Signboards saying 'Crematory, Dachau Concentration Camp' and 'Ashes were stored here'.
The War Crime Branch building in Dachau, Germany. A sign board at the building's entrance reads 'War Crime Branch, Judge Advocate Section, headquarters Third United States Army'. Military officers and civilians enter and leave the building. Cars parked in front of the building. Other buildings in the background. A sign board on a gate reads 'PWE 29 A Dachau'. On a low sign post three signs read ' Muchen 17 km Hauptbahnhof', '135 AAA GBN Headquarters' and 'War Crimes A' respectively.
Two U.S. soldiers inspect a concentration camp in Dachau in Germany. A signboard saying 'Crematory- Dachau Concentration Camp'. A tree used for mass hanging of the Nazi prisoners. The tree holds a multi-lingual sign board saying 'Hanging Tree'. The two soldiers walk out of the camp.
Two U.S. soldiers inspect a concentration camp in Dachau in Germany. Soldiers inspect site of graves which holds a multi lingual sign board saying ''The Grave of Thousands Unknown". Trees used for mass hanging have impressions of ropes of those hanged. Soldiers talk with each other and walk.
The Malmedy War Crimes Trials in Dachau, Germany. The defense counselor talks to the court about the "Bill of Particulars". The prosecutor quotes in part German Chancellor Adolf Hitler's order to his commanders to disregard the Geneva rules as to the treatment of Allied prisoners in the coming "the Battle of the Bulge". He goes on to tell how "German soldiers sang the sword and blood songs thus releasing them from any regulations as to the treatment of prisoners".
Survivors of the Dachau Concentration Camp in Dachau, Germany immediately after World War II. Aerial views of the Dachau Concentration Camp. The main entrance of the camp. Priests from Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, France and Holland. Corpses lie in one of the open prison train box car. Bodies are buried under a blanket of snow in the open train car. Prisoners bury the dead after liberation.