Ethnic German civilians from the Sudetenland are forced by U.S. soldiers to walk past the bodies of 30 Jewish women starved to death by German SS troops on a 300-mile forced march across Czechoslovakia. Buried in shallow graves in Volary (German: Wallern), the bodies were exhumed by German civilians working under the direction of Medics of the 5th Infantry Division, U.S. Third Army (United States Army Central). The bodies were later placed in coffins and reburied in the town’s cemetery. Volary, South Bohemian Region, Czechoslovakia (Czech Republic). 11 May 1945.