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Trench warfare; German surrender in WWI; captured Germans

Film | Accession Number: 2008.383.1 | RG Number: RG-60.1274 | Film ID: 2915

View of World War I warfare from the trench, smoke rising from bombings in the field. Soldiers charge forward in grassy fields. 01:18:07 "Kamerad" (slate with Donald C. Thompson inscription) German troops surrender to Americans, taken into trenches. 01:18:51 "And still they come" More enemies are captured. 01:19:22 "Removing buttons to prevent escape" Cutting suspenders out of pants. Captured men behind barbed wire enclosure. 01:19:57 "Searching German officer" U.S. military inspect a German's notebook. 01:20:20 "Germans forced to abandon ammunition" MS, weapons abandoned in a field. 01:20:39 "The horrors of war" Assembly of photographs - man with decapitated German soldier's head, bones, corpses, priest overseeing burial. 01:21:06 "Grim death in artillery's wake" Corpses of German soldiers, abandoned equipment, wreckage. 01:21:25 "German official communications repeatedly state, 'We lost a few prisoners'" LS, long line of captured German troops marching along a country road. 01:26:57 "Vive la France!" French flag.

Genre
Unedited
Duration
00:10:02
Event Date
1914-1918
Locale
Unknown
Language
Mute
Genre/Form
Unedited.
Credit
Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
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Record last modified: 2018-04-26 13:41:14
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