Military and German Police try to stop gun runners and black marketing and conduct free elections in Germany after World War 2
Germany Date:1948 Duration:3 min 51 sec Sound:Yes
A map shows the United States, British and Soviet occupied zones in Germany after World War II. American and French police checks papers and belongings of Germans entering their zone. They chase and capture a gun runner car. Young Nazi die hard. Followers of 'Werewolf' gang during a secret meeting. German buildings destroyed . U.S. occupation soldiers sell cigarettes in black market to German civilians. German police raids and arrests members of the black markets. German de-nazification trials at a court in session. General Lucius D. Clay speaks about measures to lay a democratic Germany at a news conference. A leader speaks at a political party meeting. German civilians vote at first free elections after World War II. A German man acts with servility before a U.S. officer and looks vindictively in direction of officer after leaving his room.
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