Lutze in the East; Generalgouvernement celebration; German soldiers; Captured French clothing and tanks
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- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Bundesarchiv
05:22:04 LS, castle. Viktor Lutze, chief of staff of the SA, in Marienburg, East Prussia with other SA (inspecting areas in the East). At a soldier cemetery near Lodz, Lutze honors SA Obergruppenfuehrer Meyer-Quade at his grave, presenting wreath, flag with swastika. In Posen, Lutze walking past officers, speaking to large crowd. Inspecting areas in the East.
05:23:03 In Litzmannstadt, a large demonstration celebrating the day of Lodz's release from Polish control. Crowd of soldiers.
05:23:20 Generalgouvernement celebration (one-year anniversary) in Krakow. Crowd welcoming Frank and other officers inside large hall, heiling. Group includes Wilhelm Frick. Frank presenting flag, placed next to a bust. Watching parade of police and SS from grandstand.
05:24:11 Soldiers on horses, messengers/troops in occupied area, marching through streets, motorcycles. Telephone center. CUs, women typing telegrams.
05:25:23 Paris, piles of captured clothing of French army. Men organize clothing in a warehouse/storeroom. Putting clothing into a railcar.
05:26:30 French tanks on flatbeds which were "appropriated" by Nazis. Captured tanks are shipped in the occupied area on railway trucks and removed to Germany.
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