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Nazi officials tour Polish countryside

Film | Accession Number: 2016.519 | RG Number: RG-60.1419 | Film ID: 2980

German military truck with diamond insignia on city street. License plate reads: WH 701975. Women in luxurious coats and Nazi officials tour Poland, maybe the Tatra mountains with its park headquarters in Zakopane. Frank's wife, Brigitte, wears a fur coat and headscarf. Hans Frank and Brigitte sit indoors and listen to someone speak about a natural spring or flame encircled with iron railing. 01:12:34 Pan of the Polish landscape and a city/town. A friend chases a goat. 01:13:17 Group of Nazi officials (men and women, including Hans and Brigitte Frank and Charlotte Waechter) tour outdoors. The man in uniform is unidentified. Another view of some kind of spring or well. The group climbs stairs of a building with the sign PATRIA. Hans Frank, in the white coat, and other Nazi officials and their wives leave the building. They shake hands and salute. The group walks along a sidewalk toward the camera. CU of a Polish child. Pan of building (PATRIA?) with distinctive railings seen earlier. 01:14:31 A Nazi official, possibly Karl Lasch, jumps over a wooden hurdle inside a stadium in slow motion. CUs, the man laughs and poses for the camera. 01:14:48 Dark shots of Germans touring the Polish countryside.

Genre
Amateur
Duration
00:02:48
Event Date
1940-1941?
Locale
Zakopane, Poland
Poland
Language
Silent
Genre/Form
Amateur.
Credit
US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Niklas Frank and Erika Noebel
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Record last modified: 2018-08-08 16:29:02
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