Relief provided to Austrian refugees at a relief center in Amsterdam, Netherlands after the annexation of Austria by Germany.
Amsterdam Netherlands Date:1938, December Duration:3 min 47 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Austrian refugees arrive at a relief center run by a relief committee in Amsterdam, Netherlands after the annexation of Austria by Germany prior to World War II. The refugees enter the Amsterdam Headquarters. They eat at a table. The refugees showing passports to a porter. A refugee shows a Jewish passport with a 'J' on it. Secretary of the Committee Miss Pereira examines the passports. The refugees enter the relief headquarters.
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