A British Royal Artillery officer, in charge of Belsen concentration camp at Lower Saxony, Germany speaks after liberation.
Lower Saxony Germany Date:1945, April Duration:1 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
An officer of the British Royal Artillery, in charge of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp operated by Nazi Germany at Lower Saxony, Germany. The officer speaks after liberation about the conditions at the camp when Allied forces reached there. Seventeen thousand prisoners buried by them. The prisoners had no food for six days and they ate turnips. The officer informs about the cook house since organized at the camp. Clip is part of Nuremberg Trials prosecution exhibit 230.
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