German prisoners of war chop pine trees, board buses and leave a forest area at Camp Evelyn in Munising, Michigan.
Munising Michigan USA Date:1944, February 23 Duration:2 min 11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of German prisoners of war at Camp Evelyn in Munising, Michigan during World War II. A prisoner strikes a pine tree with an axe. The chopped part on the tree. Two prisoners use a saw to chop the tree. The tree falls. The chopped tree lying on the ground. Two prisoners stand and one of them holds an axe. He strikes a pine tree with an axe. The tree falls. German prisoners walk down a road. A prisoner arranges small wooden logs. The prisoner uses a saw and chops them. Two buses parked in the foreground. The prisoners board the buses and the buses leave the forest area. Snow covered area in the foreground.
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