German citizens and officials on forced visits to concentration camps after liberation in Germany during World War II.
Germany Date:1945, April Duration:3 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
German people compelled by Allied forces to visit liberated concentration camps in Germany during World War 2. Citizens enter camp facilities and see horrors of holocaust. They emerge visibly shaken. German citizens in lines waiting to visit camps. Men at a concentration camp. The survivors of the camp. The Nazi leaders and officials made to visit the camp. The officials visit the dungeons where the prisoners were tortured. Heaps of bodies in a dungeon. The officials cover their noses with their hands and come out of the dungeon. The German citizens assembled in the streets to visit the concentration camps. Officials come out of a building. They walk past a board "Adolf Hitler Strasse" (Adolf Hitler Street) written on it. The Germans walk on the road to a concentration camp. The corpses laid in coffins arranged in a line. German men, women, and children walk in a line by the side of the coffins. Children hold their noses. Men and women come out of the camp. The people stand by the ashes of burned prisoners . Dead bodies of children and men in piles. People walk along the side of the bodies. Flashback scene to German crowd cheering the Nazi Party at a rally in Nuremberg, and various rallies hailing Adolf Hitler. Scene of Germans carrying crosses for graves concentration camp victims.
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