Die Deutsche Wochenschau № 722 (1944)

Newsreel №54929, 1 part, duration: 0:12:16
Production: UFA

Reel №1

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1. Germany.

Funeral ceremony in Berlin, the memory of General Dietl, who died on the Eastern Front.

Personnel German Chronicles: Dietl comes to the front, bypasses formation of soldiers.

Footage of the funeral.

Memorial hall, cushion with late orders.

Hitler expresses condolences to the relatives.

Among those present Himmler.

Soldier near the flag (good frame).

Hitler speech, lays a wreath.

The coffin was carried out of the mourning hall, mounted on the gun carriage.

The funeral ceremony at the Pantheon.

2. Statement by the leader of the Belgian fascist Léon Degrelle in front of soldiers and residents of the Flemish Legion hall.

3. Germany.

Scientists at the infantry soldier.

A soldier in a helmet, disguised branches, looking through binoculars, gives the signal to attack.

They are fighting with the "enemy."

Charging faustpatrona.

Soldiers in a wheat field, hay disguised.

Shooting from guns, rifles.

Bugler blows the retreat.

The officer made a speech in front of the soldiers sitting on the ground.

Soldiers marching to the song on the road.

4. Western Front.

Military operations of German troops against the Allies in the province of northern France - Normandy, Cherbourg area.

German coastal artillery shelled the Anglo-American landing craft.

Fire on the British cruiser.

Sandy beach, lie fragments Allied ships burned-out trucks, boxes of ammunition, equipment.

Anglo-American planes shot down, graffiti on buildings.

Waffen SS General Sepp Dietrich at the front.

Broken Anglo-American technology on the roads.

Data on losses Americans.

The camp for captured Allied soldiers.

Counterattack German tanks near the town of Bayonne.

German soldiers are going through the woods.

Shoot tanks.

Lined with American tanks, holes in them.

German tanks driving down the road, in the field.

Soldiers fire a volley skyrocket.

Six-barreled mortar fire.

Smoke fires blanketed the sun.

Fragments of the battlefield.

Shooting guns, tanks in the attack.

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