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Condensed milk factory owned by the de Kadt family

Film | Accession Number: 2016.79 | RG Number: RG-60.1782 | Film ID: 4142

Angle view of the front of the original factory building of De Nieuw Beemster at Tuingracht 32, De Rijp, with the half-finished building visible next-door; a man stands on a beam and peers down into the new building from above; panning the construction site; various shots of mixing and laying cement; 01:04:45 A suited man and a man in a white coat pose together in front of the partially-built brick walls of the new building; close-ups of scaffolding; 01:06:05 A group of men hoist the building's main rafter, with a large Dutch flag attached; close-up of the flag against a cloudy sky; aerial view of the site and the town beyond; aerial view of the waterway and lowlands beyond the town; 01:08:25 View of the construction from the ground, while the pile driver operates; 01:09:56 The completed facade of the new building, complete with a sign reading "De Nieuwe Beemster"; 01:11:09 an intertitle shows a drawing of a cow, along with the letters "DEKA." DEKA was the brand name of the milk product.

Event:  1941 May 29
De Rijp, Netherlands
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Wilhelmina Juhlin
Record last modified: 2021-06-03 12:46:35
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