Normal life of resuming for residents in Stuttgart,Germany at the end of World War 2. in Europe. People enter trolley cars (aka trams or street cars) powered by overhead electric cables, in front of the Stuttgart Königsbau (which later became a pedestrian district). View from inside a moving tram as it traverses a route in the city., first towards the train station and then left past the Gloria passage where you can see bomb-damaged buildings and heaps of debris at sides of the roadway. A large group of people step out from where they had been waiting, and walk beside rubble in a narrow part of one street, to board a waiting street car.
German civilians build a barricade at a street intersection in Stuttgart, Germany during World War II. German civilians carry bricks and rubble. They build a barricade around a French machine gun position at the street intersection. Damaged buildings on either side of the streets. A French soldier directs the work of German civilians. Men walk down the streets. They pick up bricks from heaps of rubble. They level the mud around the barricade using shovels.
The life of civilians after V-E Day in Stuttgart, Germany at the end of World War II. A woman buys vegetables from the stand on a street. The sellers place vegetables on weighing machines. Civilians walk through streets. The frame of a bombed damaged building. Workers clean rubble from sidewalk with pick and shovels.
The life of civilians after V-E Day in Stuttgart,Germany at the end of World War II. Girls in bathing suits sit near a swimming pool. A man swims. Men walk with shovels through streets. A bomb damaged building in the background.
Normal life of civilians after V-E Day in Stuttgart,Germany during World War II. Workers clean bomb damage on streets with shovels. Damaged buildings in the background.
Bomb damage after V-E Day in Stuttgart,Germany during World War II. Bomb damaged buildings and factories. Ford factory with broken windows after bomb damage. Trees in the foreground. Children play on the ground.