Camp personnel provide medical care, clothing and food to displaced persons and refugees in Europe near end of World War II.
Europe Date:1945 Duration:4 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of Displaced Person camp personnel and refugees in Europe around end of World War II. A sign board reads "Medicin" on a doorway. Doctors examine displaced persons and refugees in a hospital. Doctors perform physical examination of a woman and a boy. Woman applies lice decontamination powder agent to refugees standing in a line. The camp personnel, through the Red Cross and the UNRRA (United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration) give shoes to an old man and clothing to a needy child. A man rings a large gong bell at a DP camp calling refugees to a meal. The camp personnel serve food to the displaced persons in a large dining hall. Women and children seen in line receiving bowls of steaming hot food and drink. A sign board outside an office reads "Office of Military Detachment D3FI". Officers at desks interview the displaced persons. A Russian man from a German camp is interviewed through a translator. He wears a star on his jacket. A displaced French woman is interviewed by an American soldier. Group of displaced Polish men sit together and smoke, relax and chat in quarters with their countrymen. A man fills details in a duty roster form assigning displaced Polish persons daily routine activities in their quarters. In a Belgian citizens area, people play and chat. A girl sits next to a woman relaxing on a bed. A doctor examines a baby.
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