Yugoslavia during liberation: sports; wounded soldiers; parade; Tito
- Event Date
- March 25 - April 2, 1945
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
Reel 1: Partisan sport event in Belgrade stadium. Soccer game at Belgrade Stadium. Crowds in stands. Army guards in FG. Girls' 100 meter race. Injured girl assisted off track. Man congratulates winners. Crowd cheering.Young Yugoslavian soldiers with machine guns in crowd. Young boys selling soft drinks. Girls finishing race. Winner and runner up. Crowds in stands watch boys' 100 meter race. Attendant at grill selling food. Spectators eating. Beginning and finish of race. Crowd singing at half-time. Soccer game in progress. Refugee children marching to river boat for transport to test camp. Wounded Yugoslavian soldiers waiting to board.
Reel 2: Wounded soldiers assisted to boat. Amputees carried by Red Cross workers. Refugee boy playing with doll. River boat with children and soldiers leaving dock on Danube River, being transported to rest camp. Demonstration Day parade (celebrating the fourth anniversary of the uprising against the signing of the Axis Pact by the Yugoslavian government on March 25, 1941). Russian tanks and Yugoslavian troops marching through Terazyje Square. Civilians singing and waving banners and placards. Boys watching activity from trees. Pan from balcony of National Theater to mass meeting at Pozorizini Square. Partisan leaders Kirilo Savic, Capt Drago-Ljub Jovanovia, and Branke Gubrilovic speaking to spectators from balcony. Tilt down to painting of Marshall Josip Broz Tito. Crowds applauding. Back view of Tito speaking. Pan across spectators.
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