Jewish orphans leave Weimar, Germany by train after World War II, following their liberation from Buchenwald Concentration Camp
Weimar Germany Date:1945, June 5 Duration:3 min 4 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Displaced Jewish orphans in Weimar, Germany soon after World War II. Jewish orphans who had been imprisoned at Buchenwald Concentration Camp by the Nazis, board a train. Some of them saying goodbye. Allied soldiers stand around. The train pulls out as boy and girl orphan children wave from windows. Jewish flag hanging from a train window. Flowers adorn the train windows. One boy waves an American flag. Polish, Hungarian, Czechoslovakian and French, Jewish orphans liberated from the Buchenwald concentration camp board a train with their belongings. Signs on a side of the train: 'Recommencons une vie nouvelle et libre'. (Our beginning of a new life in liberty). The train pulls out from the station.
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