The American Military Government officials interview displaced persons in a camp in Europe during World War II.
Europe Date:1945 Duration:4 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of the American Military Government (AMG) officials in Europe during World War II. Displaced persons and refugees on the streets with their belongings. They haul bags, luggage, carts, and trolleys loaded with belongings. Jeeps move on the streets. The refugees, including women, children and men walk past damaged buildings. They gather in a field and sit and chat. The American Military Government officials interview men. Officers at a desk in an office. An officer talks over a telephone. He gives instructions to a woman officer to prepare for newly arriving refugees. Military personnel help children to get down from trucks at DP Camp. The displaced persons point at pictures placed on boards for various languages. They walk up the stairs of a camp office. Three soldiers interview a Belgian woman and her child. The displaced persons shown include refugees from Belgium, Netherlands, France, Russia. They are assigned to quarters in camps.
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