American Friends Service Committee (Quakers) relief efforts in Saxony, Germany, following World War I
Germany Date:1920 Duration:3 min 25 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Relief activities of Quakers, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) in postwar Germany (after World War 1). A dog helps his owner to pull cart loaded with milk cans, in Dresden, Germany. The Dog, "Sultan" is seen. Point of view shot from a railroad train, looking forward toward other train cars and the locomotive, as it carries AFSC food relief supplies to Southern Saxony. Group of children walking on road in village where food is being delivered. Views of the Village, (described in a slate as the town of Santa Claus due to all the toy makers living there) seen from a moving vehicle driving along a road. A Bullock cart moves along the road. Boys run about, excited by the presence of cinematographer in their village. Children watch a toy maker working outside his home in Heidelberg-Seiffen.
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