British Conservative MP Mavis Tate with other British Members of Parliament at the Buchenwald Concentration camp in Germany.
Buchenwald Germany Date:1945, April 21 Duration:2 min 16 sec Sound:NO SOUND
British conservative Member of Parliament (MP) Mavis C.Tate,and another MP, sitting in an American jeep with top up, speak with a British officer. They and several other jeeps, carrying visiting British MPs proceed into the liberated Buchenwald Concentration camp. An effigy of a prisoner is seen illustrating form of punishment meted out to inmates.
The visiting party includes: Mrs. Tate; Sir Graham White; Sir Henry James; Lord Stanhope; Lord Addison; Sir Archibald Southby; Lieutenant Colonel Wickham; Ness Edward; M. Silverman; and Tom Driberg. Accompanied by U.S. and British officers, they walk about among the camp buildings, where cleanup is underway. A large mass of camp debris is being burned. Freed inmates are seen throughout the camp. Some of them speak with the MPs and explain things to them. Mrs. Tate converses with former prisoners who show their tatooed identification numbers.
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