A U.S. Air Force C-54 transport aircraft seen parked at the Amsterdam airport, in Holland. A truck is parked nearby. Men unload 37 packing cases, containing the records of the Nuremberg trials, and place them aboard the truck. Closeup of one case shows it addressed to the International Court at the Hague, Netherlands. Next is a sequences showing a Nazi concentration camp and its infamous "Arbeit Macht Frei," sign over the gate; A sign reading: "Vorsicht Gas.Lebensgefahr. nicht öffnen." (Caution gas. Danger to life. Don't open.") ; Nazis in the dock at the trial, including Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess, Joachim von Ribbentrop, and Wilhelm Keitel, in front row, and Baldur von Schirach, Fritz Sauckel, and Alfred Jodl, behind them. Closeup of Goering in dark glasses, and Hess. Glimpse of the courtroom. Scene shifts back to the airport, again, where the truck, loaded with the records proceeds under police escort. Street sign points 47 Km toward "Den Haag,"(The Hague). The truck and police escort passes through the gates of the Peace Palace in the Hague (home of the International Court of Justice).
U.S. Army General Dwight David Eisenhower visits Holland. Dwight D. Eisenhower arrives in Holland with other officers . He reviews naval recruits standing at attention. Eisenhower looks through binoculars and observes Dutch Army soldiers performing drills and firing guns in training exercises. Army soldiers of the Netherlands climb barricades and perform other drills while practicing. Exteriors of Soestdijk Palace. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands and Queen Juliana of the Netherlands welcome Dwight David Eisenhower and his wife Mamie Doud Eisenhower.
U.S. Delegate to the United Nations General Assembly Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt makes a visit to Holland. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt disembarks from an aircraft and is greeted by Dutch officials. She moves past cheering crowds lining the streets. Mrs. Eleanor poses for photographs. Accompanied by his son Elliott she moves past the cheering crowds.
Bertha Hertogh returns to her homeland after she was kidnapped at 5 and later married to a Muslim in Singapore. 13 year old Bertha Hertogh returns from Singapore to Holland. She along with her mother get off a plane. Bertha being greeted by her father. A large crowd gather to welcome her after a great turmoil in Singapore. A sign at a doorway reads 'Welkom' . People wave to Bertha.
A documentary film titled 'The Netherlands' on the geography and the people in the Netherlands. The map of Europe. The map outlines Netherlands. Germany and Belgium also located on the map. Another map locates North and South Holland. Windmills in an area. A man and woman walking on a street with children. The woman with a child in a stroller. Traffic passing on the street. Buildings along the sides of the street. A steam boat underway on a river.
Damage from protests against the Communist Party of the Netherlands, as supporters of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 rallied in other countries, also, against communism. Scene outside the Felix Meritis hall at 324 Keizersgracht, Centrum, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands. Broken glass in a window outside the headquarters offices of the Communist Party of the Netherlands. View in the broken window of bricks, and an edition of the Dutch Communist Party newspaper "De Waarheid." The ledge below the broken window has lettering "...RUWIELEN PLAATSEN S.V.P." A bicycle leaning against the wall beside the damage. A crowd of citizens standing on a bridge. Policemen keep a vigil in front of a looted storefront with broken glass. Sign "Boekhandel" above the storefront. A streetcar or trolley passes in the street in front of the store. Scenes of an injured citizen demonstrator in front of a building by a sign, "P. Filedt Kok Arts". An ambulance passes by a crowd. Another looted building with broken glass. Scenes of police pulling several people out of the Felix Meritis building. Photographers race to capture pictures as police chase away the crowd and onlookers.