Reconstruction activities the city of Ulm, Germany after World War II bombardments. Aerial view of damaged buildings in the city. Heaps of debris seen on the streets. Civilians on the streets. People at a refreshment stand on a street. A man gives tea to his daughter.
Reconstruction activities in Ulm, Germany after World War II bombardment. Civilians work on the reconstruction of streetcar tracks and sewers. Men walk on a damaged path. Damaged buildings in the background. Men and women pass and stack tile bricks outside a building.
Reconstruction activities in Ulm, Germany after World War II bombardment. Workers clear a railroad yard of twisted rails and rubble using shovels and axes. They load the twisted rails and rubble on flatcars. A bulldozer pulls a section of a track and cross ties out of a bomb crater. Derailed coach cars in the background. Boys unloosen bolts from cross ties. Damaged buildings in the background.
Reconstruction activities in Ulm, Germany after World War II bombardment. Civilians walk on the streets. Heaps of debris in front of damaged buildings in the background. Men haul mine cars filled with rubble. They unload the rubble which is pulled up by a pulley. Men clear the rubble by shoveling it. The pulley unloads the rubble. The men haul the mine cars.
Reconstruction activities in Ulm, Germany after World War II bombarment. Men clear rubble by shoveling it near rail tracks. They fill mine cars with rubble. They haul the mine cars through tunnels. They haul empty mine cars. The men work on heaps of rubble. Damaged building in the background.
Mass movement of German refugees in Ulm, Germany after World War II. Heaps of debris in front of damaged buildings. German refugees gathered at a station with their luggage. Men resting at the station. Policemen check the refugees. The refugees load their luggage and get into boxcars at the station.