Relief works by Allied forces and burial by German civilians at Nordhausen concentration camp of the Nazis, after World War II.
Nordhausen Germany Date:1945 Duration:4 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
Nordhausen concentration camp used as slave labor camp by the Nazis during World War II. The camp after Allied forces arrive. Corpses lying all over the ground. More dead bodies kept under miserable conditions. The leaned, starved and brutally tortured dead bodies full of wounds and scars. Allied soldiers and Red Cross men take survivors for relief and medical aid to Allied hospitals. Most of them are too weak to move. Weeping inmates eat food. Seriously injured carried in ambulances. More dead bodies, all brutally killed. German civilians carry dead bodies. Civilians move with shovels to dig common graves and mass burials of the 2500 victims of this camp. Dead bodies in mass graves.
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