Tonwoche № 529 (1941)

Newsreel №63994, 2 parts, duration: 0:16:03, black-white
Production: UFA

Reel №1

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The reception of ambassadors by General Franco in Madrid.

Arrival by car the Spanish Minister Serrano Sunier, the Japanese Ambassador, the German Ambassador and others.

Franco in full uniform, welcomed the guests in the hall.

Procession in Poland and the opening of the monument to Paracelsus.


The squad is PLEASED with shovels marching to the construction site of the railway.

Young people lead ground work, laid rails.

Cycling in France.

Moments of the race.

Military parade in Rio de Janeiro.

In the government box, the President Getulio Vargas Dorneles, officials and generals.

Marching sailors.

Passing horse artillery, cavalry, machine with spotlights.

The audience watching the parade.


Visit the Quisling, the Norwegian volunteer battalion, it bypasses the formation of soldiers with the generals.

Close-up of stripes on the sleeve of his coat.


French volunteer Legion passed in the ranks of the German army, takes the oath.

The soldiers in the woods, the solemn March of the Legion.

The Area Of Salla.

Autumn forest, the movement of Finnish infantry and convoys on a dirt road.

Start shelling Soviet positions of the guns, the explosions in the forest.

Infantry attack.

The soldiers fired from a grenade launcher, overcome barbed wire, throw grenades.

Flamethrowers in action.

German soldiers in the attack, they ran across the field, firing from the trenches.

On the tracks is a broken engine.

Key words

Spain, 1941, statesmen, personalities, ambassadors
Poland, 1941, religion, religious procession, monuments
Germany, 1941, world war 2, labor groups, soldiers, construction, railway
France, 1941, sports, Cycling
Brazil, 1941, world war 2, the parade, statesmen, personalities
Norway, 1941, war world 2, statesmen, personnel, volunteers
France, 1941, the volunteers, the oath
USSR, 1941, world war 2, soldiers, wagons, guns

Reel №2

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The southern section.

The carts ride on a dirt road, sitting on a cart of soldiers smiling for the camera.

The soldiers hardly go through the mud, one of them pulls out the stuck boots.

The transition of the German troops from Kherson to Perekop (Crimea).

The view of the Soviet positions, bunkers.

In the air flying Soviet planes bombed German artillery fires.

The view from the air on the broken station, railway, trains.

German engineers are repairing the railroad, laid rails, weld.

On the railway bridge there is a train with guns.

At the railway station the goods are entered into the cars.

The Central plot.

The beginning of the German autumn offensive.

German artillery fires.

Field Marshal Kluge, watching with binoculars.

Crossing the river in rubber boats.

The soldiers in the attack on the opposite Bank.

Soviet soldiers surrendering.

Fighting captured the village.

Soldiers come into the house with a search warrant.

Traces of bullets on the wall.

The scheme is the front line in the Bryansk and Vyazma in October 5, encirclement of Soviet troops in the area, the line of the front from lake Ilmen in the North to Rostov and Mariupol in the South.

The prisoners taken at Vyazma, there is a huge column of prisoners.

The camp prisoners, the distribution of their food.

Close-UPS of individuals.

German aircraft in the air, overlooking the battlefield.

Huge lot of damaged and broken equipment and tools.

The German column is advancing, passing cars.

Soldiers running through the shallows, throwing grenades.

Flamethrowers in action.

Go armored, cavalry, marching soldiers.

Key words

Soviet Union, Eastern front, world war 2, 1941, wagons, soldiers, natural phenomena, bunkers, air force, artillery, engineers, repairs, railway
Eastern front, 1941, world war 2, warlords, personalities, artillery, crossing, river, prisoners, the environment, the air force, broken appliances

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