Tennenbaum family films; Jewish life in Nazi Austria

Liberation: Germany; Czechoslovakia: Soviet and American Armies

VS, high angle, woman in an overcoat walking down street, man in U.S. Army uniform holding a box, walking down street. Two separate shots of the woman walking. Cut to VS, pan of sky and clouds, for a brief moment a small plane is visible, flying low. Plane on an airstrip, the man in Army

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Training at a Hitler Youth camp

Pan slowly up to a Hitler Youth Flag waving. A mountain range is visible. 00:01:15 A Hitler Youth organizer meets with members outside the Salzburg train station prior to leaving for camp. The boys carry suitcases. Sign by the road with “HJ Fuehrerschule Groedig 1km” and a two-toned diamond with a swastika. Scenes of the

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Liberation: Luxembourg, Cologne; US Army soldiers; wounded men; field hospital

Liberation of Dachau; Folk Festival in Czechoslovakia

EXT, U.S. Army medical unit loads supplies onto trucks for transport. Snow on the ground, soldiers in winter gear, VS loading large wooden crates. VS, the convoy of medical unit trucks travels over difficult terrain, dirt and mud roads, etc. MS, a truck dumps a large amount of rubble onto a dirt road, soldiers [and

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US Army soldiers on Omaha Beach, France

MS, parade of soldiers in naval uniforms march through city streets (unidentified army) carrying rifles. An awning sign reads: “HAMILTON and BELL.” Another store sign reads: “HUINS.” To the left, a banner hangs from a window: “SOLDIER TO SOLDIER” with drawings of a marching soldier on either side of the banner. A different group of

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Prague; field surgery; London; German submarines

U.S. Army soldiers; surgery; hospital; Gen. Patton; liberated villagers

US Army medics, trauma surgery

The E.B. Hopkins Collection, no. 14 РTrip to Cura̤ao, Venezuela, and Haiti (1927)

In this home movie from 1927, the Hopkins family travels to the Caribbean region, visiting Curaçao, Venezuela, and Haiti. During their vacation, the family tours the cities of Willemstad and Caracas Bay in Curaçao before journeying to Puerto Cabello in Venezuela. From there, the Hopkinses board a steamer ship, the S.S. Oranje-Nassau, to take them

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