UNWCC officers examine ovens used to burn bodies of inmates at the Buchenwald concentration camp near Weimar, Germany.
Weimar Germany Date:1945, April 26 Duration:1 min 6 sec Sound:NO SOUND
UNWCC (United Nations War Crimes Commission) officers visit the Buchenwald concentration camp near Weimar, Germany towards the end of World War II. Officers including Mr. Oldham from Australia, Mr. Staurvopolos from Greece, Wing Commander Hopkins from Canada, Lieutenant Colonel Hodgson from the US, Commander J. Latta and Lieutenant Prowse of Admiral Stark's staff arrive at the camp. UNWCC officers examine ovens used for cremation of victims. A pile of dead bodies of Jewish victims. The ovens in which the bodies were burned. Human bones inside an oven. A monument commemorating 51,000 Jews who died in the camp.
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