The victims of the German atrocities and Adolf Hitler during a speech in Germany.
Germany Date:1945 Duration:5 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC. Adolf Hitler during a speech in Germany. In the speech Hitler proclaims his right to rid the world of inferior races. He addresses a large crowd of officers. The Nazi sense of justice as exemplified in aggressive wars and atrocities is compared with that of the war crime tribunals at Nuremberg. Scenes of victims of the German atrocities, including men, women, and children, and including executed American soldiers in uniform, shot in the back. Scenes from German concentration camps of atrocity victims. Dead bodies lie all over. Women weep seeing the dead bodies. Dead bodies loaded on a horse cart led by a man wearing a gas mask. A Nazi book burning rally during the night time, before the war. People hold flags. Concentration camp victims on litters being transported for medical care away from liberated concentration camps. Torture devices used at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp. Dead bodies covered with snow after exposure deaths.German Doctor Adolf Wahlmann, head physician at the Hadamar Euthanasia Centre, shows medicine bottles containing drugs used to kill the patients. View of a gas chamber. Foreign Ministries of three major powers sign the Moscow Declaration in London. German Nazi, Doctor Hans Frank speaking at a podium to a group of gathered German Nazi officials during World War 2. American soldiers on foot passing through rubble of a city in Europe during World War 2. View of a military tribunal hall as proceedings are about to begin. Civilian German men viewing a pile of bodies in a room in a German concentration camp, as they are shown the camp by American forces.
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