Scenes following liberation of the Wobbelin Concentration Camp (Wöbbelin) operated by Nazi Germany in Ludwigslust, Germany. A dead body of starved inmate lies roughly on ground outside a hospital building. Survivor inmates stand at the door of the hospital. Notice board reads 'Ambulanzzeit' and its schedule. Inmates show other notices at the hospital door.
Burial of Wöbbelin concentration camp victims in Ludwigslust, Germany during World War 2. German civilians bury dead of Wobbelin concentration camp, five days after the camp was liberated by Allied forces of the U.S. Army 8th Infantry Division and the 82nd Airborne Division. Bodies laid out near graves. A large wooden cross at the back of each grave. A jeep driven on a road. German civilians near dead bodies. A large group of U.S. and German officers stand at attention during burial ceremonies. German civilians speaks into a microphone.
Burial of Wöbbelin Concentration Camp dead in Ludwigslust, Germany during World War II. Branches laid out atop a filled wagon. Horse drawn wagons carry bodies of Wobbelin Concentration Camp victims from a mass grave made by the Nazis to a wooded area for burial under supervision of Allied forces. Soldiers at road side. Officers and soldiers walk in columns.
Allied Generals meet in Ludwigslust, Germany at end of World War 2, in Europe. Formations of British and U.S. troops pass in review. Russian, U.S. and British Generals review the troops. U.S. Army Major General James M. Gavin, Commanding General ( CG ) of the 82nd Airborne Division, U.S. Major General Matthew B. Ridgway CG 82nd ABN, Lieutenant General Miles Dempsey Commanding General British 2nd Army and Soviet Colonel-General Ivan Tikhonovich Grishin, Commanding General 49th Soviet Army, at the reviewing stand.
The Wobbelin (Wöbbelin) Nazi concentration camp in Ludwigslust, Germany. A barrack building at the concentration camp. Inmates and officers look at crowded corpses at the doorway of the barrack building and piled inside. Inspection party and some inmates walk ahead and find dead body of starved inmates lying on ground outside a hospital building.
Footage from three days after liberation of the Wobbelin Nazi concentration camp (Wöbbelin) in Ludwigslust, Germany. Inmates who survived are seen cooking food around an open fire near barb wired fence at the concentration camp. Man wearing uniforms among the inmates. An inmate lies on the ground. Inmates draw water and fill buckets from a hand pump.