Allied leaders at the Potsdam Conference and military and police patrol East Germany after the partition of Germany.
East Germany Date:1945 Duration:1 min 3 sec Sound:Yes
New government formed in Germany after the defeat of Nazis during the World War II. Leaders of the Allied nations meet and talk during the Potsdam Conference. Stalin, Truman, and Churchill seen greeting each other. Soviet Marshall Joseph Stalin's partition plans and aspirations shown on a map. Russian troops march in East Germany and Stalin and Khrushchev with other communist leaders of East Germany review a parade. Military and Civil Police guards march on roads of East Germany. Women police officers during the patrols. An investigative police officer or Stasi police escorts a detained civilian through a doorway marked, "Untersuchungs Haftanstalt Wittenberge" (Investigative Detention Wittenberg).
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