U.S. soldiers guard the 102nd Work Hungarian Regiment soldiers near Cham, Germany after their surrender during World War II.
Cham Germany Date:1945, April 23 Duration:1 min 6 sec Sound:NO SOUND
102nd Work Hungarian Regiment officers after their surrender and United States troops in Cham, Germany towards the end of World War II. Hungarian and U.S. officers converse. Several U.S. soldiers who were held prisoners by the Germans for five months, are met on a road by U.S. soldiers guarding the Hungarian Regiment. One of the U.S. soldiers on the road, covered by a blanket. The U.S. soldier abandoned by the Germans is suffering from shock and malnutrition. One of the U.S. soldiers embraces a U.S. medic and begins to cry.
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