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Five survivors sit on a pile of debris while liberators gather together on the righthand side
A male survivor stands in front of building ruins
Five male survivors stand in front of building ruins
A male survivor with a bandage around his head sits on debris in front of building ruins
Two men stand in front of building ruins
Father Dr. Edward Doyle, James Livesay, and Rabbi Gunther Plout interview
Content Note: Transcript of a video recording. The three interviewees served with the 104th [Infantry] Division as chaplains and witnessed the liberation of Nordhausen. Livesay was a PFC in Company A, 413th Infantry Regiment. Doyle was a Catholic Chaplain and captain. Plout was a German Jew who was naturalized prior to joining the Army. Location of interview: Washington, DC (International Liberators' Conference).