Prisoners aboard German armored vehicles and freed POWs show identification number tatoos on arms in Wiesbaden,Germany
Wiesbaden Germany Date:1945, May 8 Duration:1 min 16 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of German military prisoners in Wiesbaden, Germany under U.S. forces. Prisoners aboard German armored vehicles (including a SdKfz 234 with a Luchs turret) parked along road side. German soldier holds loaves of bread. Charcoal burning automobile on street. Young German soldier (a young boy soldier) behind steering wheel of a truck smiling. Nun talks to a German soldier. German convoy parked on the street. Prisoners lay down on field. United States Army Colonel talks to an African American young man. Freed prisoners show identification number tattoos on their arms. They are seen smiling.
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