Jewish women stitching clothes in a garment factory in Dombrowa,Poland during World War 2.
Dombrowa Poland Date:1940 Duration:1 min 41 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Jews in Dombrowa, Poland during World War II occupation by Nazi Germany. A man waving his hands. Other men and women standing near the man. All of them wear Star of David patches on their clothing, with the word "Jude" (Jew). The garment factory workers are seen at work. The interior of the factory. Jewish women working in the factory. A woman stitching clothes on a sewing machine. Another woman seated beside her, working.
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