Dead bodies of prisoners from the Buchenwald Concentration Camp, operated by Nazi Germany in Ettersberg near Weimar Germany. World War 2 U.S. Army Cameraman slate indicates footage is from Buchenwald and was filmed on April 14, 1945, soon after the camp's liberation on April 11 by American forces. Dead bodies of prisoners lie on ground. Emaciated and tortured bodies of atrocity victims seen piled up in a truck. Dead man with a beard. Different bodies piled up in a truck. Faces of the dead bodies.
Concentration camps in Germany. Male survivors at Buchenwald concentration camp in Weimar, Germany. Red Cross trucks from Switzerland arrive at the camp. Male survivors leave the camp. Bodies of dead inmates lay on ground with nationality and prison number tattooed on their stomachs. Male survivors from various European countries. Starved and feeble bodies of the victims. Dead bodies piled up outside the crematory. Pile of dead onto a truck. One of the weapons used by the SS guards upon the prisoners. A number of ovens at the crematory. The name of the firm on the oven door. A heap of bone ash.
Nazi concentration camps in Germany. Buchenwald Concentration Camp in Germany. German civilians from nearby city of Weimar heading towards the camp for a forced tour, soon after the camp's liberation during World War II. Women laugh and talk as they walk on road. Elevated view from camp building looking down on main courtyard of camp as group of German citizens is led across the square. Line of citizens entering the camp through the main gate, as seen from just inside the main gate. The group looks at exhibits of lampshades and frames made of human skin. Evidence of Nazi atrocities including two shrunken heads of holocaust victims being shown to the German citizens. A civilian woman who has fainted is carried away. Civilians are forced to look at a prisoner whose toes are gone or removed, and whose feet are severly deformed by abuse and neglect. A horse cart heaped with dead bodies of emaciated camp victims is seen outside a camp building. German women walk out crying. Liberated prisoners stand at camp fences and watch as the citizens leave the camp.
Survivors and emaciated bodies of prisoners at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp in Weimar, Germany immediately after World War II. A Swiss Red Cross truck arrives at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp with aid for survivors. The survivors line up at the prison after their liberation. Allied soldiers stand around. Nationality and prison number tattooed on the stomach of inmates. Piles of dead, mutilated and emaciated bodies. Some survivors among the dead. Mutilated faces of the survivors at the camp. A truck loaded with piles of emaciated dead bodies outside a crematorium. Allied soldier show a weapon used by SS (Schutzstaffel) soldiers. Ovens inside and piles of bone ash on the floor of the crematorium.
A U.S. Congressional group at Buchenwald concentration camp in Weimar, Germany during World War II. Officers speak to senators at the concentration camp. The senators walk and view stack of naked bodies. Senator Alben William Barkley stands next to a pile of bodies.
A U.S. Congressional group at Buchenwald concentration camp in Weimar, Germany during World War II. Negro soldiers talk with a group of senators. U.S. Army General Omar Nelson Bradley talks with the senators. The senatorial group is met by U.S. Army Lieutenant General Walter Bedell Smith at an airfield. U.S. Army General Dwight David Eisenhower and the senators come out of building. Officers enter a car.