Reel 6 of the private motion pictures Eva Braun (Seized Enemy Records).;COLOR. Inside Eva Braun’s house at Wasserburgerstrasse 12 in Munich. Eva’s father Friedrich Braun tying string around trunk. Two men removing trunk and large duffel bag to truck. Eva walking towards camera with a film camera in her hands, which she’s winding. Eva on
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Reel 3B of the private motion pictures of Eva Braun (Seized Enemy Records).;B/W. Scenes in a mansion. Water, mountains, people. Eva Braun and companions on board a large steamer at sea, probably the ship Milwaukee, during a trip to Norway and Denmark.;03:30:20 COLOR. Woman walking down street, stops in front of window of Hamburg-Amerika Line.
Reel 1 of the private motion pictures of Eva Braun (Seized Enemy Records). Film titles/locations include: Am Chiemsee, Wolfgangsee, Aschauer Weiher [pond], Woerthsee, Punktchen am Berg.;B/W. Eva Braun swims with her parents and others at the Koenigsee, near Berchtesgaden. Scenes at waterfall. 02:03:45 Munich, inside Eva Braun’s home at Wasserburgerstrasse 12. INT, Eva Braun with
Reel 5 of the private motion pictures of Eva Braun (Seized Enemy Records).;COLOR. Title: “Ausflug zum Kehlstein.” [Excursion to Kehlstein] Nazi flag reflected in headlight of Mercedes automobile (short).;05:01:29 B/W. Car traveling on mountain road, group admiring scenery, taking pictures. Market, carnival. Group of actors filming “Der laufende Berg” in the Bavarian mountains. CU, actress
The location of the first scene may be Pervomaysk, which Pauline Baerwald Falk, Myron Falk Jr., and Evelyn Morrissey visited on June 7 (see Biographical/Historical Notes field for the background on this trip.). Pervomaysk was the location of an Agro-Joint sponsored colony of Jewish farmers. A group of young children and their minders pose for
Crowded parade in the Netherlands, probably for Queen’s Day [Koninginnedag] on April 30, most likely in 1938. Floats proceed around a corner, shop sign, “J. Wagema…” visible in BG. Group of butchers in white march together holding a sign reading (in part) “De Platte Rib” with a drawing of a pig and hanging sausage links.
Hanna has a photo camera, her father Benedikt looks over her shoulder and sticks his tongue out at the camera. He begins explaining it to her, helping her to use it. She also plays with a lipstick case
Hanna plays with the photo camera and lipstick case again
June 1945 wedding ceremony of Sergeant Arthur Mainzer, a combat cameraman who filmed the liberation of Buchenwald for the U.S. Army Air Forces, to Germaine Girardot, a French woman. The film was taken by other combat cameramen and photographers with the Ninth Air Force as a gift to Arthur.;Various CUs of a crowd outside the