Daily routine of captured German Generals at a US-operated prison camp in Germany.
Germany Date:1945 Duration:1 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
German Generals held at a US-operated prison camp in Germany after World War II. A painted sign reads 'Vive La France' on the side of a building. These military conquerors of Poland, Holland and France perform menial task. A General dries clothes. Generals carry clothes. Major General Eric Fiedler whittles a block of wood. General Alfred Jodl stitches clothes and Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel reads a book. General Siegler reclines partially in bed. Another officer makes a wooden stool and hits the nail with hammer. General Wilhelm List and General Von Liebe play a game with home made cards. A piece of paper reads 'Wilhelm List'. General von Greifendorf, an alumnus of the United States General Staff School, salutes American enlisted soldiers near a prison gate.
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