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Officers of the Fifth U.S. Army prepare to leave Dornsberg castle after having found large quantities of silk, wool and other goods looted by the Nazis.

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    Officers of the Fifth U.S. Army prepare to leave Dornsberg castle after having found large quantities of silk, wool and other goods looted by the Nazis.
    Officers of the Fifth U.S. Army prepare to leave Dornsberg castle after having found large quantities of silk, wool and other goods looted by the Nazis.

Doctor van Hartner, an alleged representative of the International Red Cross from Budapest who is guiding the Americans to places where looted items have been hidden, is seated in the first jeep.

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    Officers of the Fifth U.S. Army prepare to leave Dornsberg castle after having found large quantities of silk, wool and other goods looted by the Nazis.

    Doctor van Hartner, an alleged representative of the International Red Cross from Budapest who is guiding the Americans to places where looted items have been hidden, is seated in the first jeep.
    Photographer
    Cecil Phillips
    Date
    1945 May 16
    Locale
    Merano, [Bolzano] Italy
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park

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    Photo Source
    National Archives and Records Administration, College Park
    Copyright: Public Domain
    Source Record ID: 111-SC-359235

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    Photo Designation
    LIBERATION -- Italy -- General
    Record last modified:
    2018-02-13 00:00:00
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