Frau von Ihne, wife of the Emperor's architect, arranges an outing for blind and wounded German soldiers in World War I
Berlin Germany Date:1915 Duration:59 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Frau von Ihne, wife of Ernst von Ihne, architect to the German Emperor,escorts a blinded German soldier onto a bus for an outing during World War 1. More blinded soldiers are helped to board, by other soldiers. As they board the bus, and it drives away, German troops,with shouldered weapons, continuosly march past on the street. Scene shifts to Frau von Ihne, tending to refreshments for the soldiers, in a large hall containing tables set with decorative table cloths. Assisted by another woman and a German soldier, she is cutting a cake. Next she is seen serving soldiers seated at a table. A young man assists her. Many soldiers are then seen sitting at tables as Frau von Ihne and several other women attend to them. (Note: Frau von Ihne founded a home for blinded soldiers on Bellevuestrasse, in Berlin. This may be where the bus was parked at the start of the film.)
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