Nazi War Criminals Released 1966

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    Unissued / unused material.

    Spandau, Germany.

    LS gates of Spandau prison. CU newsreel cameraman. MS crowds gathering outside jail at night. MS showing the gates of prison being opened at midnight - two Mercedes cars come out carrying the two men.

    VS press reception at Hotel Gerhus. VS Baldur Von Schirach's press conference - he appears to have been given a hard time by the reporters and ends up leaving with press in hot pursuit.

    VS Dr. Albert Speer arriving at Hilton Hotel. VS Speer giving press conference.

    VS British regiment arriving to take over guard at prison (looks like Scottish regiment). The French guard arrives and enters prison. Shots of French guards at lookout post. British guard then seen coming out of prison.

    Date on dope sheet is 04/10/1966.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:04:07:00 / 01:09:42:00
    UN 4178 G
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    UN 4178 G
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    War & Revolution
    Albert Speer SPANDAU
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