WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGERY
This silent footage from 1945, details the liberation of Dachau Concentration Camp in World War II from those that survived to the horrific treatment of those that didn't.
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Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany.
Various shots of the American soldiers inspecting piles of dead bodies at Dachau concentration camp. Various shots of the American soldiers at the entrance and around various buildings, internal railway etc. Close up shot of a plaque on one of the buildings reading 'Zentralbauleitung Der Waffen SS U. Polizei Munchen Dachau'. Various shots of the survivors waving and cheering to camera. Top shot of the survivors waving, many children seen. Various close up shots of the survivors. Various shots of the Americans fishing dead body out of canal, checking piles of clothes, wooden coffins, huge piles of dead bodies, most naked, all skeletons. Several shots of the furnaces, more piles of dead bodies, buildings etc.
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