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Published on Apr 13, 2014
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German Invasion of Russia - June 1941.
Cataloguer's note: Identical to item 'German Invasion of Russia' - UN 287 B on Pathe Master Tape *PM1669*.
Russia, Soviet Union (USSR).
VS of German Messerschmidt ME110s being bombed up and taking off. Var camera gun shots of German fighters strafing Russian airfields and dog fight shots. Planes fall blazing into field.
Various good shots of German advance over flat farm lands. Some use motorcycle and sidecars. Flowers are handed to the troops by peasant women at roadside.
Var shots of smashed and wrecked Russian fighting equipment.VS Germans crossing the River Beresina. Tracking shots through crowd lined streets with German column.
Var. good shots of dive bombers taking off and air to air and ground to air of Stukas in action dive bombing.
VS German artillery shelling town and infantry advancing under the cover. MS Man held flame thrower in action on bunker.
MS German cavalry unit receive flowers from peasant women as they ride through captured town. VS German infantry marching in column along road. Some pass smashed Russian equipment.
VS Artillery guns in action. LS as shell hits farmhouse which blows up with a terrific explosion. Var shots of German infantry mopping up snipers in town. They use a loudspeaker to call for surrender. MS Pan with three German tanks carrying German infantry as they drive forward.
(Print in UN 277 B) FILM ID:1661.13
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