Polish, Hungarian, Czechoslovakian and Jewish orphans look out of the windows of a train as they leave Weimar, Germany.
Weimar Germany Date:1945, June 5 Duration:3 min 42 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Jewish orphans leave Buchenwald, Germany in a train at end of World War II in Europe, and following liberation of the Nazi concentration camps. Jewish boy and girl orphans look out from the windows of the train. A Jewish flag hanging from a train window. Jewish children posing. Smiling faces of displaced Polish, Hungarian, Czechoslovakian and French, Jewish orphans. Close up views of faces of some of the orphan children and groups of orphaned children, survivors of the Buchenwald Concentration Camp. Signs on a side of the train such as, "Vive Truman, Stalin, Churchill"; and "Orphaned youth of Buchenwald."
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