Allied soldiers check identification cards of German civilians and displaced persons being provided relief in Germany.
Aachen Germany Date:1945 Duration:2 min 37 sec Sound:Yes
Allied Military Government ( AGM ) activities in Germany after World War 2. German civilians lined up as an Allied soldier checks their identification cards. Policemen check cards of civilians. A municipal book labeled "Files" (Akten) is retrieved in the city of Aachen (Stadt Aachen) by U.S. soldiers. Telephone records being recovered. A post office is reestablished. Food bags being loaded onto a truck. A handbook of military government in Germany. Displaced German people unload from a truck. A woman distributes blankets to them. Displaced persons being looked after in a hospital.
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