Gentlemen (1940)

Documentary №66833, 2 parts, black-white
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Reel №1

A documentary about the causes of the Second World War from the perspective of Germany.

Perpetrators of World War II: Winston Churchill / front of the microphone / Chamberlain, Halifax and Eden.

British Prime Minister Anthony Eden in front of the soldier systems.

British soldiers descend the gangway of the steamer in Egypt.

The colonial forces in England, Australians, Indians, New Zealanders, Africans.

Eden before the microphone, ordinary people clap their hands.

British soldiers traveling in a train, from a window pops soldiers with a trombone.

Eden sailors.

British troops in Egypt.

British soldiers marching in France, a formation of soldiers, flag rise.

Commander in Chief of the Allied Forces in France General Gamelin welcomes British troops.

English expeditionary force in Belgium, Norway and France.

The evacuation of the civilian population in Belgium and Norway.

Refugee children go on convoys, go walking along the road, halt refugees.

British armored vehicles in the French city, the troops are advancing on the ruined city.

Soldiers at rest, sitting against the wall of the building.

Explosions houses while retreating British.

The soldier turns the handle fuse, collapsing houses.

Residents fled down the street, there is a blind man with two sticks.

French Prime Minister Daladier inspects the ruined city.

Explosions at the river, the bridges destroyed by sappers.

Destruction in Brussels, top view of the ruins of the city.

German sappers for the reconstruction of the bridge on the canal.

The return of refugees in the city, together with the German troops

Key words

Germany, Great Britain, World War 2, Egypt, France, Belgium, Norway, soldiers, troops, personalities, evacuation of refugees, bombing, destruction

Reel №2

Refugees walk past the ruins of the building.

German troops helping civilians.

German soldiers at the table produces cards for gasoline, to these cards in cans poured into fuel for cars.

At a roadside stand passenger cars.

The car window pops dog.

Residents distribute food.

Refugees are erected on a pontoon bridge.

German soldiers are helping refugees to pull the cart with the things on the beach.

Soldiers talk with residents.

Pointer to Antwerp, are refugees with bicycles, wheelbarrows, carts.

Street battles in the city.

Pointer to Louvain.

British soldiers prisoners give birth to the office.

The explosions in the city.

The destruction of Louvain by the British Library.

Traces of British bombing.

German troops in the offensive in France.

Captured French soldiers.

Monument in Dunkirk.

Abandoned British possessions on the way to Dunkirk: broken machines, tools, equipment, British armored cars.

German cyclists pass by the ruins of the building.

Retreat of the British from Greece.

The destruction in the port, sunk ships.

German tanks in the Greek city.

Captured British, abandoned machinery on the roads.

View of the port, the ruins of the houses on the shore, broken railway compositions burnt, broken vessels in the water, port facilities.

A column of British prisoners goes through the city, the people watching them.

German soldiers prisoner has first aid.

Salvation from the British ship sunk.

On the water, the raft with sailors from the German ship them to board.

German sanitary ship with the Red Cross.

Firefighters extinguish a house after the British bombardment.

Broken school, debris in the room, broken church.

The funeral ceremony, people bid farewell to the victims of the bombings are the coffins.

The attack on the British Oran, the sailors on the ship running in places.

Sea battle with the French fleet.

Cannon hit from ships.

French sailors on the burning ship.

The sinking of the French fleet after the French surrender.

The funeral ceremony for the victims of the French sailors.

Admiral expresses condolences to the widows of the victims.

Coffins sailors in a row.

Churchill portrait with a laurel wreath over his shoulder

Key words

Germany, France, World War 2, troops, refugees, soldiers, prisoners of war, the destruction of Greece, water transport, navy

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