Germans in Occupied Ukraine
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- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration
Footage shot by a German cameraman during Germany's occupation of Ukraine in World War II. Footage with German photographers traveling through the Ukraine photographing cities, villages, and collective farms. The most extensive footage is taken with a female photographer from her trip to Ukraine in the summer of 1943. She traveled by plane and car from southern Ukraine (the Melitopol region) just north of Crimea, then along the Dnepr River northward over Dnepropetrovsk to Kiev and then due west to Rovno and then the border of General Government.
Reel 9: 06:20:07 LS Horses lined up on both sides of stable, saddles on posts and young men (local militia or German?) grooming horses. MLS High ranking German officer walking thru barracks/stable flanked by aides, walks toward camera. Men in stable at attention, camera pans right, officer comes into frame. MS Officer talks to two young recruits next to their horses. CU Two shots of officer and one of recruit. MS Pan right down line of uniformed guards in helmets outside stable. 06:22:45 MS Trolley in Lvov? rolling down tracks, many young boys holding on. Two women talking, cross street, many people on sidewalks. CU of three militia men on sidewalk. MS Soldiers and civilians board streetcar. Shots of fields, animals.
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