Munich: Scenes After War 1945

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    Munich, Germany.

    L/S American soldiers outside 'Burger Brau Keller', C/U sign. M/S American soldiers marching along past the keller. L/S river and buildings beside it. L/S bombed buildings. American soldiers walk past bombed tram and buses. L/S columns on bombed building. Various shots of bombed buildings. M/S German prisoners in front. Various shots of the bomb damage. American soldiers drive through in jeeps. Various shots of bombed buildings. L/S railway line. Various shots of bombed buildings.

    L/S columns of German soldiers walking along with hands on heads. M/S two towers, pan down bombed church. Various shots interior bombed church. Aerial shot of bombed city. M/S bombed building pan down to show it is snowing. L/S American soldiers driving through in jeeps. M/S bombed buildings, M/S as American soldiers build fire in rubble. Various shots of American soldiers looking at nazi crypt. C/U tombstone of Ehrlich Hier.

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    British Pathé
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    Media URN:
    62471
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2028.05
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    Black & White
    Duration
    00:06:20:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:07:52:00 / 01:14:12:00
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    UN 1196 F
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    UN 1196 F
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