This fascinating color footage showing Berlin and its people during the summer of 1945 is a true historical treasure of priceless value. The life in Germany’s capital, exactly after the end of World War II portrays the daily activities and occupations of Berliners.
After Germany capitulated and lost the Second World War, Germans started rebuilding their homes, their country and their lives. You can see how women were gathering buckets of rubble from the bombarded buildings, people trying to get back to their normal life in houses that are missing a wall or the roof, and other day to day things that were impossible to do during the war.
In this fascinating color footage showing Berlin and its people during the summer of 1945, produced by Chronos Media with the help of materials found in the archives, you will be able to see pictures from the destroyed city of Berlin, that include: the Reichstag, Brandenburger Tor, Adlon, Führerbunker and Unter den Linden.