Tanks and infantry of the United States Army enter Leipzig in Germany during World War 2
Leipzig Germany Date:1945, May Duration:2 min 31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Tanks of the United States Army and infantry men drive in the streets of Leipzig in Germany after taking it over during World War II. Sign board 'Leipzig 69th Infantry Division'. A dead German military officer's body covered with overcoat. Dead bodies of Deputy Mayor of Leipzig, his wife and daughter. They were Deputy Mayor and Municipal Treasurer Dr. jur. Ernst Kurt Lisso, at his desk, his wife Renate Stephanie, in chair, and their daughter Regina Lisso after committing suicide by cyanide in the Leipzig New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus). Damaged buildings in Leipzig. Scattered waste and debris of demolished buildings from Allied bombing.
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