Deportation of the Jews of Hildesheim
01:00:00-01:00:54 "Judenevakuierung in Maerz" Shows the deportation of men, women and children from the town of Hildesheim, Germany in March 1942. Many of the Jews wear numbered tags and carry large bundles. The deportation center was located in the Hildesheim police school. The girl with the braids and a hat is Lissy Asser, originally of Goettingen; Sannchen Hess of Ottenstein, wears identification number 609. Remaining shots show Hildesheim from 1941 to 1942, including the removal of a bell from the church, drills and oaths of allegiance taken by the men of the fire department, and the building of barracks intended to house foreign workers.
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