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WWII - 1941, Germany: German Newsreel: Into Ukraine. Jul41

Reel Number: 221090-07

Color: Black and White

Sound: SIL and SD

Year / Date: 1941

Country: Germany,Russia,Ukraine,USSR

Location: Kiev,Ukraine

TC Begins: 10:13:51

TC Ends: 10:18:41

Duration: 00:04:50

WWII - 1941, Germany: German Newsreel: Into Ukraine. Jul41 German soldiers & tank-like troop carrier pulling heavy gun down country road in Ukraine. Convoy of horses & carts passes under banner across road at entrance to town - ‘Heil Hitler’ & Russian script. Civilians waving hats. Convoy enters town - good shot of half-track troop carrier pulling heavy gun. Ukrainian civilians milling around town square. Woman giving salt and bread to Nazi officer as sign of hospitality; others smiling. Top shot town almost completely destroyed by bombing. Locals pull down Communist banner, Soviet flag, & bust of Stalin. 10:15:03 Map of South-Western Russia. High pan across abandoned Soviet military vehicles on riverbank - tanks in water - railway line w/ smashed derailed train - pan to trucks along road nearby - bus carrying German troops. Troops climbing on tank painted w/ ‘2/ Regiment General Goring’ & date 1941. German tanks & trucks along dusty road - scout cars ahead. German artillery firing guns in field - SS troops in camouflage gear. Soviet troops give themselves up & taken prisoner, hands in the air - CUs faces of PoWs / Prisoners of War including some from Oriental USSR & 1 female soldier. 10:18:21 Tank blown up on road - soldiers dive for cover. Convoy along road into Ukraine, towards Kiev, PoWs or resting troops in ditch. Various pieces of burning machinery / equipment littering roads. WW2 Eastern Front; Operation Barbarossa; Goering (preferred spelling) NOTE: Partial or complete sold for per reel rate. NOTE: In our experience German Nazi material is considered in the public domain throughout the world. If users feel any further clearances are necessary they are to be their own responsibility.

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