Views of Wiesbaden and Mainz, Germany, at end of World War II in Europe. German soldiers being relocated.
Wiesbaden Germany Date:1945 Duration:1 min 24 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Opening slate reads April 17, 1945, Wiesbaden, Germany. A brick building in Wiesbaden with large arrow pointing downstairs, labeled "LSR"meaning Luftschutzraum (Air-raid room). Signpost in front of a building with damaged roof, reads,"Radfahr-weg" (bicycle path). Below it an American army sign reads "WP-Water Point." U.S. soldier directs military vehicles, carrying surrendered German soldiers, as they cross the Rhein (Rhine) river, from Wiesbaden to Mainz on a pontoon bridge. The dome of Christuskirche (Christ Church) across the river, dominates the skyline
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