Tonwohe 1939 № 469
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USSR. The arrival of German Foreign Minister Ribbentrop in Moscow to sign the Soviet-German non-aggression pact August 23, 1939.
Airport, the plane lands.
Minister Ribbentrop meets Burkov.
The streets of Moscow, the Kremlin views.
Ribbentrop return to Germany.
Reception in Königsberg.
Ribbentrop and officers bypass the guard of honor.
Hitler comes to Berlin after the Anschluss (annexation of Austria by Germany) on the plane.
Speech by Minister of Foreign Affairs of England Halifax on the Soviet-German pact.
British diplomats gather for a meeting.
A crowd of people in front of the palace.
Out of the house of Prime Minister Chamberlain and his wife, sit in the car, go to Downing Street.
L.Dzhordzh sent to the building.
By plane arrives the British Ambassador in Germany.
Past the crowd goes War Minister Hor-Belisha.
French Prime Minister and his cabinet E.Dalade.
Ministers sit in cars.
Mobilization in France.
Ride buses with soldiers, wagons.
Traffic, pedestrians, propaganda posters on the street.
Recruits marching down the street with their suitcases.
Military preparations in England.
London: The soldiers charged with boxes on the truck.
Construction seekers ready refuge.
Soldiers pull rope gun.
Volksdeutsche in Poland.
Weeping women and children talk about the persecution of Germans in Poland.
PersonnelA. Hitler Ribbentrop I. Chamberlain A.
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German preparations for war in Danzig (Gdansk).
Border zone, riding cars with German soldiers.
SA and SS troops are on the streets of the city, riding motorized artillery.
Top view of the tilled field, marching soldiers on it, wheeled cannon, mounted, camouflage its branches.
In dantsingskuyu Harbor enters the German warship, the people happily greets him at the port.
Sailors greet people.
Playing a military band, go up the ladder officers bypass operation.
Mobilization in Germany.
There are recruits barracks, the officer read out the list.
Boys dismantle clothing, shoes, helmets, clothes.
Distribution of bread, canned food.
Outdoor kitchen, distribution of porridge.
Soldiers dismantled weapons.
Cavalry harness horses, artillery guns prepared.
Residents escorted train with the soldiers.
On the airfield are military aircraft.
The cavalry on the march.
Parade of the Wehrmacht.
Warships at sea.
Key wordsMobilization in Germany
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