Displaced persons and liberated American prisoners of war in Germany near end of World War II.
Germany Date:1945, March 28 Duration:3 min 16 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Displaced civilians and prisoners of war in Germany near end of World War 2. Displaced persons get off the trucks at a German non-com school in Bergzabern, Germany where they will be housed. People stand in a line. Refugees prepare their meal over an open stove. Displaced persons receive food at Red Cross portable kitchen. 2200 American prisoners of war after being liberated from stalag 9-B in Breslau, Germany. Prisoners being addressed by an American officer at the camp area. A soldier with a tin stands in a line. A soldier with a chunk of bread. Released prisoners receive coffee in mugs and they drink it. Medics carry a man on a litter out of a building. Soldiers receive cigarettes and rations.
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