Color Pictures of Civilians during World War II

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Captain Ulrigh C. Urton, Public Safety Officer for the Military Government and Herr Fredrich Hacoby, present director of the Cologne Prison, interview German civilians for jobs in connection with the rehabilitation of the city. Herr Jacoby was formerly a court reporter for a Cologne newspaper. The German in uniform on the extreme left is a former policeman of Aachen. Captain Urton has some thirty-five men on his rolls that form the nucleus of a police force when entering a new captured city, who have been trained in the Army form of government.

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