U.S. Captain Harry Anderson recording Hermann Goring's art collection in Berchtesgaden, Germany
Berchtesgaden Germany Date:1945, May Duration:1 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army Captain Harry Anderson sits at a desk in Berchtesgaden, Germany just after end of World War II in Europe. Walther Andreas Hofer, Art Director for Hermann Goering, brings in some papers found in a freight car. Anderson, who has been cataloging Nazi stolen art in Goering's collection, holds a receipt from Dr Galerie W A Luz. Goring's solid gold blotter and ink stand set on Anderson's desk. A painting in the background on the ground, leaning against a wall. Scene changes to town: Street sign: "Berchtesgaden Postamt" (Post office). German people wait in line outside a food shop. Sign reads "Off Limits - This building is not to be entered or used for any Military Purpose." German citizens wait in line at the food shop.
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