War criminals are beaten, hung, arrested, and commit suicide post World War II
Germany Date:1945 Duration:2 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
War crime trials in Germany and elsewhere after World War 2. A huge crowd beating on the doors of a building, possibly in Italy. War criminals are beaten by crowd. The body of Mussolini and others are hung upside down. Scenes from the Moscow Declaration meetings in November, 1943. General Eisenhower and others visit concentration camps. A man in a French beret points soldiers towards evidence. A skeleton in an oven at a concentration camp. Piles of dead bodies at concentration camps. Wide shot of hundreds of file cabinets containing evidence documents. Officials check documents and letters for evidence. Hundreds of piles of documents related to military, politics and the economy were gathered. Dead body of Himmler after suicide. Other bodies of Nazis who committed suicide, including the mayor of Leipzig and his wife. Close up of arsenic suicide pills taken by Nazis. Nazis arrested for trial, including one in a stretcher. External view of court house in Belsen, Germany. Signs on building read, "Court Room" and "Have Passes Ready." Interior view of court room in Belsen, Germany including shots of war criminals.
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