The results of the holocaust in Germany and the Allied soldiers helping the people in Germany. People in Gardelegen Germany carrying crosses for 1,100 fresh graves for victims of the holocaust at Gardelegen. The German citizens walking on the streets carrying the crosses. Buildings in view. Various concentration camps in Germany. A crowd around a liberate concentration camp building. The Allied army soldiers enter a gate of a camp. Soldiers enter through gates of several different camps with sign "Arbeit Macht Frei" on gates. Two men walk in front of a crowd. The liberated smile. Men cheering. Soldier look through a window. The freed men around a building. Few people grab food from a container. Soldiers arrive. Soldiers bring out body of men from barracks and dungeons. A soldier carries an injured person in a stretcher. Men carry injured person into a vehicle. An injured man lying on the ground. Physicians provide medical aid to vicitims of Auschwitz Concentration Camp. Doctors examine a man, a woman, and several starving child victims.
Citizens in Gardelegen Germany carry 1100 crosses for graves of Concentration camp victims at a camp near Gardelegen. Scenes from various concentration camps in Germany. A crowd around a liberated concentration camp building. Soldiers and officials enter through gates at numerous camps marked with "Arbeit Macht Frei" on gates. Liberated victims who are able smile and cheer. Liberated prisonsers grab food from a container. U.S. soldiers bring out bodies of gravely ill and emaciated men from barracks and torture areas Gaunt victims carried away in stretchers. A man carries an emaciated victim to a waiting vehicle. An injured man lying on the ground. Physicians examine physical torture evidence and provide medical aid to vicitims of Auschwitz Concentration Camp. Doctors examine a man, a woman, and several starving children and infant victims.
German civilians dig grave for Nazi atrocity victims in Gardelegen, Germany. Mutilated and burned bodies of one thousand political deportee prisoners, including Russians, Poles and French, in and around a large barn. United States Army Infantry troops view and inspect the bodies, and supervise German civilians being forced to dig mass graves for the victims.
A mass burial in Gardelegen, Germany during World War II. Civilians walk carrying stretchers. They place burned bodies of victims on the stretchers. They carry the bodies to burial grounds. Buildings in the background.
A mass burial in Gardelegen, Germany during World War II. Civilians wrap dead bodies in shrouds and place them in individual graves. They pour dirt in the graves with shovels
Dead bodies at the liberated Ohrdruf concentration camp in Germany during World War II. Two soldiers on the side of a rail car. Piles of dead bodies of prisoners in the rail cars who were suffocated to death. U.S. soldiers hauling a dead body from water. People watch. Dead bodies piled up Majdanek and Ohrdruf where German captors had attempted to kill all remaining prisoners before liberation by the Allies. A face of a dead prisoner with one eye pierced. A barn in Gardelegen Germany where prisoners were herded in and then burned alive. Remains of bodies of prisoners in the barn. A horse carriage enters the gates of the camp. Officials seen with a captured German guard or official of the Mauthausen camp. U.S. soldiers hold him at gunpoint. View of Josef Kramer, the captured Commandant of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Women and men Nazi guards and officials come out of various camp buildings and are marched away by Allied guards.