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DVD78 - The Fall of Berlin
Fall of Berlin
This compelling documentary tracks the events that lead to the conclusion of the war in Europe.
As the Americans create a bridgehead on the River Elbe, the Luftwaffe makes a last desperate attempt to counter the fury of the Allies bombing of Berlin.
The Russian Army launches a devastating attack along the Oder River, only 40 miles from Berlin. The German surrender becomes inevitable, and the hapless city is divided up amongst the victors.
"The Advance of the U.S. Army to Victory"
SPECIAL DVD FEATURES
Over 20 minutes of Previews
Exclusive CGI Artwork Gallery
DRAMATIC COMBAT MOVIES
EXCITING FULL COLOR FOOTAGE
"Imported from England this highly detailed and thoroughly researched and informative documentary series uses original German combat and newsreel footage. Each specific topic is packed with commentary and lots of rare footage. These exciting DVDs make a GREAT addition to your WWII film library." Michael Kelly PzG President
"The Archive War Collection"
DVD 65 - DVD 89
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Details: Running time 60 minutes, Black & White, English Narration.
DVD 78 =
For anyone interested in the original source materials of World War Two history, it is difficult to imagine a more compelling series of images than those presented in “Fortress Europe”. They represent a collection of related excerpts from “Die Deutsche Wochenschau”, the weekly newsreel shown throughout German movie theaters in the Third Reich. Together, they comprise the most thorough, visual description of the largest defensive network ever constructed, the so-called “Atlantic Wall” that stretched from the Pyrenee Mountains on the Spanish border to the Arctic Circle.
Film coverage of the gargantuan undertaking runs from July, 1942 to August, 1944, thereby encompassing its construction, completion and service against the invading Allies’ Operation “Overlord”, and long after. The first phase --- building Fortress Europe --- features some of the most breath-taking scenes to emerge from the Second World War. Viewers will be astonished at the vast scope of military preparations along the coast of France. Whatever they may have read about them cannot compare to actually seeing the massive bunkers and immense ordinance gathered for one purpose. Some of the artillery pieces shown here out-class anything made since, and their firing exercises are unquestionably the most exciting of their kind ever filmed.
As the selections move from 1943 into early 1944, the Atlantic Wall stands finished and waiting for the inevitable onslaught. Field Marshal Rommel addresses his men; lines of the latest Panzers and assault-guns parade in review before General von Rundstet; Focke-Wulf interceptors fly overhead.
The actual D-Day invasion is featured more dramatically and convincingly than in any comparable presentation, with no holds barred on the deadly seriousness of the situation. Captured U.S. film clips are interspersed with Wehrmacht coverage to make for a truly compelling job of cinematic journalism.
Happily, film quality is crystal clear from beginning to end, providing the viewer with pristine cuts precisely as they were first seen more than sixty years ago. “Fortress Europe” has everything he could possibly want from a cd/dvd of this kind: a vast variety of weapons --- from hand-guns to monstrous cannons --- military spectacle, aerial combat, Waffen-SS in the thick of the fighting, Hitler Youth warriors at Caen, tanks on the loose. Surprisingly, some of the most impressive naval action takes place when s-boats (known as “e-boats” to the Allies, the German equivalent of American PT-boats) sally forth to attack the enemy’s numerically overwhelming forces landing at Normandy. Linking these newsreel excerpts together on a single theme --- the Atlantic Wall --- creates a built-in tension that builds with gathering excitement.
After seeing “Fortress Europe”, it is difficult to imagine how the Anglo-Americans could have ever managed to break through such prodigious defenses. Indeed, all of Churchill’s previous efforts to compromise them--- such as his attempt at Dieppe --- were utterly annihilated.
Accordingly, it is important for viewers unfamiliar with events to understand that the entire Atlantic Wall was drastically under-manned and without sufficient ammunition or armored protection to confront the Normandy Invasion. The Allies’ 7,500 aircraft, for example, were opposed by a few dozen Luftwaffe fighters, because they and most of the men and equipment seen in the 1942-1943 newsreels had by then been transferred to hold off Stalin’s hordes from inundating the entire continent. As such, the Anglo-Americans’ D-Day was regarded by most Germans and many Europeans as a betrayal of Western Civilization to Communism. Understood in this context, we may begin to appreciate what the images preserved in “Fortress Europe” meant to their original audience.
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