Civilians of Weimer visit the inmates and shocked by atrocities at Buchenwald concentration camp of Nazis, after World War II.
Buchenwald Germany Date:1945 Duration:6 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
The Buchenwald concentration camp of the Nazis after World War II. Red Cross trucks and relief from Switzerland reach the concentration camp. Among the 2000 survivors of this camp, almost a 1000 are boys of age fourteen or less. The weak, starved and tortured inmates from various European countries, at the camp. Old men and children at the camp. Stacks of dead bodies at crematory, in a truck and at the experimental building. All have prisoner number and nationality tattooed on their stomach. A weapon used for torturing. Crematory ovens with bones and remains of dead inside the ovens. 1200 civilians of a town Weimar nearby the camp sent on a forced tour of the camp. A group of smiling civilians, men and women walk towards the camp. Civilians enter the camp and see the display of articles made of human skin. Lampshades, paintings and articles of human skin and bones. Human heads shrunk to one fifth of their normal size. Women faint and are carried out. Civilians visit the ill-conditions of prisoners at surviving sections of the camp. Truckloads of dead bodies of the victims of this camp.
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