Shortly after World War II, people visit the Tiergarten zoo damaged by Allied bombings in Berlin, Germany
Berlin Germany Date:1945, June 26 Duration:1 min 40 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The damaged Tiergarten zoo in Berlin, Germany due to Allied bombings during World War II. Views shortly after the war ended in Europe. A wrecked lion cage. A child in the foreground. Monkeys jump on rocks. A group of men, women and children at the zoo as they look at animals. Damaged church spire of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, or Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche, with a monkey in the foreground. View of the large damaged Tiergarten Flakturm, an anti aircraft flak tower sometimes called the zoo bunker or zoobunker. Damaged cages with debris in the foreground. A baboon somersaults as officers and children look on and a boy throws food to the baboon.
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