"Agfa 1941" leader. The film shows the various types of work performed by the patients. A man butchers a large animal (a cow or pig?) hanging from a hook and grinds up the meat in a grinder. Both women and men are shown doing ironing and sewing. Women in a kitchen prepare a meal for a large number of people - it's an institutional kitchen with large vats for cooking. Other activities include: bread baking, weaving, furniture upholstering, shoemaking, woodworking, laundry, bookbinding, A brief shot of what appears to be a nurse and a doctor shepherd a couple of patients out of a room where a large group of women is ironing.
- Film Title
Arbeitstherapie mit handwerklichen Taetigkeiten [Work therapy with handicraft activities]
- Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Kaufbeuren Bezirkskrankenhaus
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