Die Deutsche Wochenschau 1944 № 742

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1. Germany.

Hitler hosting the famous German pilot Walter Nowotny, gives him a diamond cross (Chronicles of previous years).

The funeral of the deceased Major Novotny in Vienna.

The funeral procession.

Expressions of sympathy to the family, the laying of wreaths.

2. Germany.

Speech by General Vlasov at a meeting of Russian soldiers "liberation" of the army in Berlin.

Vlasov a speech under the slogan "Down with the Stalinist tyranny!"

3. Slovakia.

The collapse of the Slovak uprising.

German SS troops complete operation against "bandits".

Burning buildings.

German tank soldiers.

Captured insurgents. "Liberated" by the Germans city, the population welcomed the liberators.

Arrested "bandits" (pronounced degenerative and Semitic types).

4. The second front in Normandy.

Normal life of German soldiers.

Cutting arrived in part carcasses.

The soldiers are resting, clean weapons.

Broken tanks prisoners.

Awarding gunners Iron Crosses.

5. Germany.

Medical Board examines the Navy recruits.

A doctor examines a young man measuring growth.

Recruits wear wet suits, fins, dive into the water.

Night underwater exercises.

Morning, divers out of the water.

6. Holland.

Reflection another attack Americans.

German anti-aircraft guns fired at American planes.

Stricken plane falls to the ground.

Infantry in the trenches, machine gunners.

Gunner brings gun to fire at the enemy.

The guns fired at enemy aircraft.

7. East Prussia.

Marines with faustpatrona.

Reflection Russian tank attack.

Burning a Soviet tank, lined tanks.

Response offensive German grenadiers and tanks.

Night Fights.

Shooting from the mortars.

World War II; Normandy operation ("Overlord"); East Prussian operation (WW 2)