Yugoslavia: damage; peasants; village; church; monastery; wounded partisan soldiers; German prisoners; weapons
- Event Date
- 1944 April 10
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
Reel 3: Boy watering oxen near well; street scene showing total destruction to row of houses; horse-drawn carts moving along streets. LSs, MSs, church in Bingula destroyed. Peasant walking across his destroyed barn and house; peasant living in wooden shack; more destroyed houses. Boy and girl, woman and man, peasants of the village of Bingula. Women walking with farm tools. In Mangelus, man with team of oxen plowing field; destroyed church, homes, peasants living in barn, oxen-driven carts moving along streets. Pan, village of Lezimir. Women spinning wool; destroyed church. Monastery in Sistovic. German SS Prince Eugene prisoners carrying wounded partisan soldiers to Medical Aid Station. Convoy of partisan soldiers of the 1st Infantry Div, 1st Yugoslavian Army marching through Mohovo. Captured German prisoners repairing bridges they destroyed. Horse-drawn carts with ammunition and supplies moving forward to front; partisan soldiers marching. Houses in Mohovo burning; dead German soldiers. German prisoners sitting on ground; soldier removing insignia from prisoners' uniforms. Prisoners lined in front of barn in Opotovac for interrogation; soldiers after interrogation. Staff Officers talking with Col. Zaric Jagos, 1st Infantry Div, 1st Yugoslavian Army. Partisan soldiers loading artillery guns.
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