Relief works by Allied Military Government and tortured inmates at Hanover concentration camp of the Nazis, after World War II.
Hanover Germany Date:1945 Duration:2 min 21 sec Sound:Yes
Hanover concentration camp of the Nazis after World War II. Allied forces arrive at the camp. Inmates given food and clothes by Allied soldiers. Inmates lined for soup. Leaned starved inmates eat the soup, some of them weep. Inmates too weak to stand or move, lying sick in their barracks. Men take out dead bodies from the barracks. A Sergeant of the AMG (Allied Military Government) checks the list and the inmates at the camp. Photographs of starved and tortured inmates taken.
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