German soldiers of 512th Heavy Tank Destroyer Battalion surrender, piling up arms and ammunition in Iserlohn, Germany
Iserlohn Germany Date:1945, April 16 Duration:2 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German surrender of a JagdTiger equipped company of the 512th Heavy Tank Destroyer Battalion ( 512th sJgdPzAbt) at Iserlohn, Germany. The company was under the command of Knights Cross holder Hauptmann Albert Ernst and he chose to surrender the town and his unit to the Americans rather then see its destruction. German soldiers pile their arms and ammunition on the ground in the Iserlohn town square, including Panzerfaust anti-tank weapons and Bordwaffen vehicle machine guns. German Jagdtiger tank destroyers loaded with German soldiers, German armored trucks, and German personnel carriers move slowly through Town Square to surrender to the troops of the U.S. Army 99th Infantry Division. Buildings in the background. Civilians watch as German soldiers pass. Several civilians wave.
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