Parade of people in German area of Poland proclaiming their German-ness.
Full title reads: "Gleiwitz, Germany. After 11 Years Separation tens of thousands still acclaim their allegiance to the Fatherland."
Man stands in front of large crowd (mainly comprised of children). He appears to be conducting them. Pan across crowd (more adults are now featuring in crowd). Some of the people are holding up small banners.
C/U row of banners lowered (as if for prayer). Many of the men carrying the banners are in military or quasi-military uniform. Pan across to man standing on chair conducting brass band. Pan continues further across crowd.
Brass band march through street, in the background is a banner on a bridge which reads 'Deutsche ver gesst es nie!" (We think this may mean something about German togetherness is now). Troops wearing hats with feathers in hat march down street.
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(Without commentary and detailed knowledge of German politics of the 1930s it is difficult to know what exactly is going on here - any suggestions welcome- it appears that Gleiwitz is in what is now South West Poland but was once part of the Austrian empire - hence the people's allegiance to the Fatherland).