Identification of corpses of Nazi criminals. (1945)
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Scene №1 Identification of corpses of Nazi criminals
Soviet officers approach the wall of the former Reich Chancellery, examine the sign under the wall lies a corpse on a stretcher.
Soviet soldiers and officers inspect the corpse lying on a stretcher a man resembling Hitler A.
The officers inspected the corpse and argue about its origin.
The cameraman shoots the corpse lying on the film.
Officers checked against the face of the corpse with a portrait of Hitler, cameraman continues to shoot.
Types of human cadaver, like Hitler, on the chest of the corpse lying photograph of Hitler.
Examination of a corpse in an officer's uniform.
Soviet officers approach the charred corpse of Goebbels and his wife, lying beside the bodies of children.
Officers from the bodies of Goebbels family, holds a German prisoner identification.
Captured German conducts identification, pointing to the bodies by hand.
The bodies of Goebbels, his wife and children.
Soviet officers inspect the charred corpse of Goebbels on the table.
View charred corpse Goebbels.
The bodies of Goebbels and his wife.
View of part of the burnt corpse of Goebbels.
Types of charred head Goebbels.
Types of bodies of Goebbels and his wife.
The hand Goebbels.
The officers inspected the corpse Goebbels, the German prisoner spends identification.
Persons German prisoners during identification.
Soviet soldiers and officers standing near the fence of the cottage and listen to an elderly German.
An elderly German officers answering questions.
Face elderly German, answered questions.
Soviet officers and an old man enter the house.
Types of body of Nazi war criminal, hanging loop in the attic of the cottage, on the floor of the attic of the body are women and children.
The person hung up.
The bodies of women and children on the floor of the attic.
Gunshot wounds on the bodies of women and children.
Tunic and cap suicide, hanging on the back of a chair.
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