German prisoners of war use saws and axes to chop pine trees in a forest area at Camp Evelyn in Munising, Michigan.
Munising Michigan USA Date:1944, February 23 Duration:1 min 54 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of German prisoners of war at Camp Evelyn in Munising, Michigan during World War II. A snow covered forest area. The prisoners are wearing woolen hats and coats. A prisoner lifts up a wooden log and keeps it in a pile. Another prisoner helps him. They both hold a wooden log and stack it. Pine trees in the forest area. A heap of wooden logs in the foreground. The prisoners in the background. They use saws and axes to chop trees. A prisoner chops a tree with an axe. Another prisoner with a cigarette in his mouth uses a saw to cut the tree. Another prisoner comes in to help. The prisoners chop the pine tree with the saws. One more prisoner comes in for help. They all chop the tree.
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