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Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 727

Newsreel, 2 parts, Duration: 0:15:28.837 to collection G 7/27/2016


Despite the differences in age, gender and profession is fighting the whole German nation.

In the east, you need to build defenses before the onset of the Bolsheviks.

German youth is sent to the construction of new fortifications.

Boys at work: they dig anti-tank ditch.

Soldiers led by them.

Older men and women at work.


Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 728

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:13:05.498 to collection G 7/27/2016

1. Germany.

Helps young people to agriculture.

Boys and girls at harvest.

2. Germany.


Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 729

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:12:52.859 to collection G 7/27/2016

1. Germany.

Total mobilization of women.

Call in the press to women to take places of men in the workplace.

Women in employment agencies.

They have machine tools in munitions factories.

Women-the controllers of the trams.


Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 707

Newsreel, 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:31.858 to collection G 7/27/2016

1. Germany.

The 70th anniversary of the German Baron von münchhausen (March 20, 1944).

The Baron in his castle, his guns.

2. Germany.


Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 730

Newsreel, 2 parts, Duration: 0:06:17.214 to collection G 7/27/2016


Along with the struggle of the German troops at the front does not interrupt the work of the defense industry.

Farmers to harvest.

Highlands in Bavaria.

Here farmers are making great harvests with great physical exertion.


The hay mow, loaded onto carts.


Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 734

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:12:14.273 to collection G 7/27/2016

Germany. 10th anniversary of "Agricultural services" Hitler Youth "in Kyuhenbahe.

In the morning the boys ran out of the house, wash in the yard.

Young people in one of the agricultural estates studying agricultural techniques and the agricultural profession.

Man shows the guys agricultural machinery, tractors.

Girls and boys milked cows.

The boys cleaned the horses.

The instructor conducts theoretical studies on agricultural, agronomy.


Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 735

Newsreel, 1 part, Duration: 0:10:42.368 to collection G 7/27/2016


Fascist holiday "Harvest Day".

The festive meeting on the occasion of the Harvest Day.

Reich Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, Reichsleiter welcomed the audience in the hall of the German workers in agriculture.

Awarding of the eight most distinguished employees who most successfully implement the principles of agrarian policy in the war years, the Knight's Cross.

State Secretary of the Reich Ministry of Food Supply Herbert Backe makes a speech.

The award ceremony.


Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 706

Newsreel, 2 parts, Duration: 0:19:05.886 to collection G 7/27/2016


Game Short in the series about Thomas.

In this story, Thomas berates his mistress Frau Shmeller for wasteful spending power, but he does not take care of her.

Thomas hears on the radio singing tenor, which offers a look at yourself in the mirror.



Robert Ley / Head of the Imperial Service Labour / visits a political training school for wounded soldiers and officers.


Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 696

Newsreel, 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:33.127 to collection G 7/27/2016


Camp Imperial Service Labour / RAD / Upper Bavaria in military training.

Morning, physical charge.

Fun in the snow.

RAD Soldiers jump and run.

Exit from the camp on the training ground.

Combat training in the snowy terrain: throwing grenades, attack simulation


Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 703

Newsreel, 2 parts, Duration: 0:20:36.148 to collection G 7/27/2016


German scientist biochemistry, Professor Adolf Butenand, winner of the 1939 Nobel Prize, at the microscope.

He is the director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Biochemistry, and among other things, engaged in the research of sex hormones in the body life.

He was an assistant to re-table the results of previous studies.

Experiments on animals.


University of Munich.