Russian troops and tanks enter Lublin, Poland. Russian troops drive out the Germans from Lublin, Poland. Ruined buildings in view. Civilians cheer and greet Russian soldiers. Russian soldiers with bunch of flowers. Dead bodies of Polish civilians. Lublin castle in view. Russian soldiers preside at a mass burial. Civilians weep and hug each other.
Bodies of civilians killed by Nazis, recovered after Soviet Red Army enters the city of Lublin, Poland during World War II. Ruined buildings and houses and debris on roads after the Russian Red Army liberates Lublin. A number of dead bodies of slave labors killed by retreating Nazis in sewing room of a castle. Surviving citizens weep at the sight of the dead. More than 700 prisoners murdered at a prison nearby. Priests and civilians perform funeral ceremonies for prisoners.
Nazi leaders in Germany giving speeches during World War 2. Soldiers from various countries like England, Poland, Greece, America and Norway. View of young boy soldiers in Germany at end of World War 2. Earlier scene of Nazi Waffen SS soldiers goosestepping on parade. Victims of Nazi massacre in Italy shown with hands tied behind their backs. Nazi victims mourned in France. Bodies of women and children slain by the Nazi SS in Belgium. A large crowd of civilians gathered to pay homage to the dead in Lublin, Poland. Allied military vehicles and personnel trample and walk on Nazi flags and posters in Germany. A pile of Nazi flags burning in the street, as men, women and children walk past. German prisoners of war assembled in a large outdoor enclosure, and moving out in a line. German soldiers surrendering, with white flags displayed. American soldiers look at open mass graves of persons shot dead by Nazis. Boy children inmates of Buchenwald concentration camp stand behind barbed wire fence around the time of its liberation. Scenes of ordinary life in the United States. A boy retrieves a ball from a pond, and throws it. Children ride on see saws. A baby take first few faltering steps. A girl hangs from monkey bar. A man and two women share a newspaper article.
Russian and Polish troops attack Lublin, Poland during World War II. A view of the town. Troops stand around an artillery and fire. A dead polish soldier. The troops cross a street. Rubble on the street. Dead bodies of soldiers. Wrecked vehicles and damaged buildings. Soldiers on tanks advance. A damaged railroad station.
Concentration camp survivors in Belsen and Nordhausen, Germany. Some lying inside a building and two sitting outside a tent. U.S. soldiers with red crosses on their helmets, place one survivor on a litter.Another survivor is carried to ambulance by other survivors dressed in striped prisoner uniforms. Views of emaciated concentration camp survivors. Scenes of war in Germany. Aircraft drops bombs. Tanks fire guns at buildings in cities. Rescuers carry concentration camp survivors on stretchers. Views of healthy, well-fed local German citizens who live only a few kilometers from a concentration camp, where inmates were starving and suffering. Prisoners of war cooking food over fires at a prison camp. They show their bodies after surviving maltreatment at Nazi camp. Rescued prisoners being provided medical treatment. View of Lublin Castle, Poland. Rooms filled with dead bodies of forced laborers slain by the Nazis. Women weep looking at the dead bodies.
Germany's wartime experiences. Adolf Hitler addresses thousands of Nazi troops at the Nazi party rally grounds in Nuremberg. Busts and statues of renowned figures. Germans are shown bodies in the Nordhausen and Belsen concentration camps. Albert Einstein talks to a man. Allied troops march in Germany. The concentration camp's victims' bodies piled up. Survivors are carried on stretchers. Allied officers and troops inspect the camp site. Burnt bodies in cremation ovens. Truckload of corpses. A room containing hundreds of corpses. Women cry at the horrible site. Bodies are carried to a common burial ground. Civilians stand in queues. Civilians carrying shovels and crosses in hands, move toward a common burial ground for the victims of German atrocities. Corpses of the victims are carried in coffins for burial.