Example leaflets - Film / Footage

Passierschein (Safe Conduct) in US WW2 footage.

Sometimes visitors doubt if these leaflets were actually used in combat or that they had any effect at all.
Here is some proof!

One visitor found some original footage made by a US propagandist. The clip is available for downloading.

Shown is a US camera reporter following the US troops during the capturing of the German town of Koblenz in March 1945. A Group of German soldiers (Hitleryouth) is surrendering. Look at this interesting clip.....

Download this 15 Mb avi file:

Click here to download SafeConduct.avi

Or use this link ...

Or this one ...


These download services are limited in the number of downloads. If one does not work (for a certain given time), try the next one.
Here are instructions for the top link. But all work similar....:

Click the link and choose the FREE option on page 1 (bottom right). On the next screen you will be asked to wait a few seconds (counter vissible). Next, fill in the code you are offered and the download will start from this page (At the other services, sometimes a link is given that you have to click to start the download or open the file).

Should none of the links work anymore, feel free to send me an email and I will try to arrange for the links to be updated!

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