Infantry Firepower

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War Documentary hosted by Graham McTavish and published by Others in 2004 - English narration

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In many theatres of operation during World War Two, men did battle from afar. Bombs were dropped from the sky, torpedoes fizzed from submarines, long-range artillery rained shells, tanks blasted through cities. Many battles, however, were fought at closer quarters and it was here that the infantry looked to the power of small arms fire to gain the upper hand. This DVD compares and contrasts some of these weapons, highlighting their development and use by all armies involved in the war. The weapons under review include mortars, landmines, bazookas and hand grenades; some of the most feared instruments of war ever devised. Vivid graphics and animations illustrate the workings and capabilities of the weapons, together with interviews from Dr. Robin Clifton (Warwick University) and veterans who faced these armaments first hand.

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  • Filesize: 700 MB (or 716,812 KB or 734,015,488 bytes)
  • Runtime: 50:01.84 (75,046 fr)
  • Video Codec: XviD
  • Video Bitrate: 1833 kb/s
  • Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
  • Audio Bitrate: 48000Hz 109 kb/s tot , Joint Stereo LAME3.97
  • Frame Size: 560 x 416; 1.346 (35:26)

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