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    Collection Summary
    Amateur films taken by Jewish dentist, Dr. Abraham Banen, during his U.S. Army service in Europe during World War II. Dr. Banen recorded on film the liberation of forced labor camps, U.S. soldiers crossing the Elbe river, displaced German civilians, a prisoner of war camp, female Jewish survivors near Rostow showing their prisoner tattoos, GIs in Paris, and bombed out German cities. Sequences are introduced with handmade intertitles.

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    Film Source
    Museum of Jewish Heritage
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    U.S. 8th Infantry in the Rhineland

    Film | Accession Number: 2021.89 | RG Number: RG-60.7175 | Film ID: 4513

    Event:  1945 March

    Elbe river crossing; Woebbelin after liberation; POW camp

    Film | Accession Number: 2021.89 | RG Number: RG-60.7176 | Film ID: 4514

    Event:  1945

    Survivors with concentration camp tattoos; USO performance; Russian soldiers

    Film | Accession Number: 2021.89 | RG Number: RG-60.7178 | Film ID: 4516

    Event:  1945

    GIs in Paris, Brussels, and Düren

    Film | Accession Number: 2021.89 | RG Number: RG-60.7179 | Film ID: 4517

    Event:  1945
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