The expelled Germans in the camp in Karlovy Vary, and the Germans assigned truck numbers to go to Germany
Czechoslovakia Date:1946, October 3 Duration:2 min 41 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Expulsion of Germans from Czechoslovakia after World War 2. The Germans outside buildings in the camp in Karlovy-Vary. German men and women seated outside a building. A line of German men, women and children waiting outside the Administrative office to get the number of the trucks in which they will be going back to Germany. All the men and the women wearing armbands for identification. Two men come out of the office wearing a tag, on their jacket, with the number of the truck. A few men and women inside the office. Two women officials in the office. One of them works on a typewriter. The other woman official pins the tag with the numbers of trucks on the jackets of the two women waiting. A man beside the two German women. The two women leave the office. Men coming out of the administrative building. A Czech official at the entrance of the office. The men hand over their armbands to the Czech official as they leave the office with the tags on their jackets. German children playing in a park in the camp behind a high wire fence. A young Czech boy beside a vehicle outside the wire fence watches the German children playing. A guard inside the fence patrols near the children playing.
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