Post-liberation views of Nazi atrocities at the Hadamar Institute (Hadamar Euthanasia Centre) in Hadamar, Germany towards the end of World War II. American officers visit the building where, under the guise of an insane asylum, 35,000 people were murdered. The visitors examine emaciated patients. Head of the American War Crimes Investigation Team, Major Herman Bolker, leads the examination. In the graveyard attached to the institution, bodies are exhumed for autopsies. Men wear gas masks as they lift corpses out of holes and line up bodies. Major Bolker list data. The head of the institute, Dr. Adolf Wahlmann and the head male nurse, Karl Willig, are questioned about the use of morphine, before being led off to await a trial.
Nazi concentration camps in Germany. United States officers arrive at Hadamar Concentration Camp (or Hadamar Euthanasia Centre) where Polish, Russian and German political and religious dissidents were murdered. Major Herman Boelke of the WCIT (War Crimes Investigation Team) examines the survivors. Bodies exhumed from mass graves for examination, identification and burial at the graveyard. Corps lined up for inspection by WCIT. Major Herman Bolker examines the bodies. The panel interviews German facility Director, Doctor Adolf Wahlmann, with head nurse Karl Willig, who gave overdoses of Morphine to the prisoners to kill them.
U.S. officials inspect the Hadamar Prison Camp or Hadamar Euthanasia Centre in Germany after its liberation by the U.S. Army towards the end of World War II. Men dig graves to remove corpses for autopsy. U.S. officials question Nazi prison doctors, including Adolf Wahlmann with head nurse Karl Willig, about poisons used to kill the inmates.
Atrocities against prisoners in Nazi camps at different places in Germany. Wounded and emaciated Americans are fed and given medical care by Yank Armies of Liberation in Grasleben, Germany.
Masked grave diggers open graves in Hadamar, Germany. Around 35,000 political prisoners found buried. General Eisenhower, General Patton and General Bradley inspect Camp Ohrdruf (a Nazi Camp) in Germany. Heaps of human bodies and lime pits filled with corpses can be seen. 21,000 prisoners stumble around with their broken skulls in Buchenwald Concentration Camp (a Nazi camp in Germany). Corpses lie everywhere with large tattooed numbers on their stomachs. Two roast ovens were used as crematoria. Starved people loaded into ambulances for treatment.
A few U.S. officials interrogate officials of the Hadamar Mental facility which also served as a human experiment facility and extermination facility. The Camp Commander and a medical officer are brought in by the soldiers. The bodies of the victims of the mass murder. The body of a woman. Soldiers carry bodies and place them on the ground. The bodies of prisoners who were starved to death. The corpses of those tortured to death. Bodies piled up near a building. The bodies of prisoners in Landsberg. The dead bodies of prisoners at various concentration camps who were killed by burning, shooting, starvation or poison gas. The dead body of an infant. The dead bodies of prisoners who were shot or starved to death at the Belsen concentration camp. Piles of dead prisoners who were burnt to death by high voltage wires. A few women who survived the sufferings at the camp.
Hadamar concentration camp in Germany visited after World War II. Major Herman Bolker and his sub-ordinates step out of a U.S. military truck and move into the camp. Disease-stricken, weak and starved prisoners at the camp. Guards dig a common grave and pull out corpses of the victims of this concentration camp. Doctors and priests at the place. Guards make notes about the dead. Chief physician of the camp, Adolf Wahlmann, with head nurse, Karl Willig, are interrogated by Major Walker. He shows a bottle of morphine, as morphine injection was commonly used to murder the inmates. Soldiers arrest Wahlmann.