German troops round up persons accused of the Bromberg (Bydgoszcz) murders, and assist ethnic Germans, in Poland, in World War 2
Invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany during World War II. Polish peasants returning to their farms, are assisted by German soldiers, following hostilities. German soldiers round up, from their hiding places, persons accused of being responsible for what the Germans called the Bromberg murders, or Bloody Sunday, that occured in Bydgoszcz. Slate states that man shown is a murderer from Konitz. The relieved ethnic German people of the region begin returning and are assisted by the German military. They sit at a bombed bridge. Some are ferried in small boats. They receive food and care from German soldiers. Location: Poland. Date: September 1939.