Aus Dem Generalgouvernement Filmbericht № 22542 (1941)

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North Africa.

The arrival of the German consul in Tangier seized by the Italians.

Reception at Pacha.

Diplomatic corps at the reception.

Folk festivals


Spring sowing in the General province.

Field work


Easter in Ukrainian village.


Removal of the icons of the church.



Stud farm near Lublin.

German officers go round horses.

In the arena



fire pumps test bank of the Vistula


German guns sent from South Africa to Italy.

Caravan in the sea.

Tanks and infantry on the march in the desert.

Aircraft in the air.

The battle with the British in Agayly.

Field Marshal Rommel was at the command post.

A column of British prisoners.

German flag over the fort Agayla.

The Germans included in Benghazi.

Local Italians greet winners


German troops crossed the border of Yugoslavia.

Crossing the river on a bridge destroyed by the Yugoslavs.

The troops enter the city of Marburg.

Shelling Yugoslav positions.

The remains of the Yugoslav army surrendering.

Regroup troops in the city of Skopje.

Search in British Consulate


German artillery shells Metaxas line in Greece.

Martial artists in a combat situation.

Tanks overcome obstacles.

German troops in Thessaloniki

Key words

North Africa, visit, reception, Gos.deyateli, festivals
Poland, agriculture
Ukraine, festivals, entertainment, church, religion
Poland, domestic animals
Poland, testing, fire protection, equipment, river
Africa, weapons, sea, navy, tanks, desert, air force, military leaders, celebrities, people, Gos.simvolika, prisoners
Yugoslavia, the invasion and destruction, the bridge, the river, the troops, the prisoners
Greece, World War 2, guns, art, tanks, fortifications, troops

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