German Chancellor Goebbels confers with air raid council and civil defense measures adopted in Berlin, Germany during WWII.
Berlin Germany Date:1943 Duration:2 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
Adoption of civil defense measures in Berlin, Germany during World War II. German Chancellor and Reich Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda Paul Joseph Goebbels confers with the air raid council. Berlin adopts civil defense measures. People eat at the sidewalk kitchens function. Emergency food arrives. Eggs, meat, and fruit distributed to citizens of Berlin. An officer instructs German soldiers who are then seen clearing debris from streets. Carpenters begin rebuilding work after allied bombing. Welders rebuild rail tracks. View of the damaged buildings. German civilians collect food from a market place.
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