Through Enemy Eyes - Vol. XIII - Pt. 1

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War Documentary hosted by Harry Giese, published by IHF in 1944 - German narration

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DISK 1: Mar 29, 1944 - May 31, 1944 NEWSREEL 708: German Troops Arrive in Budapest; Soldiers Dig Positions in Snow on Finnish Front; Soviet Attack Repulsed in Pripet Marshes; German Paratroopers Fight in Cassino Area; NEWSREEL 709: Ski Training at a Waffen-SS Mountain School; Trucks Struggle Through Mud on the Eastern Front; Rail and Factories Are Blown up in Nikolayev; Close Combat in Ruins of Cassino. NEWSREEL 711: Horse Race in Berlin; Ruins of Monte Cassino Monastery; Gigant Planes Bring Supplies to Crimean Peninsula; Street Fighting in the Kovel Suburbs; NEWSREEL 712: Hitler's Birthday Celebration; Hitler Inspects New Anti-Tank Weapons; Knight's Cross Awarded to a German Pilot; Allied Bombers Shot Down Over the Alps. NEWSREEL 713: General Hube's Funeral in Berlin; SS Brigade Wallonia Returns to Brussels; Hungarian and German Troops on the Eastern Front; Floodgates Opened in Flanders and Holland; NEWSREEL 715: Rommel Speaks to Troops at the Atlantic Wall; German and Rumanian Troops Withdraw in Crimea; Flak Action Against Low-flying Soviet Planes; Grossdeutschland Division in Defensive Action. NEWSREEL 717: Japanese Bomb American Ships; Refugee Columns Flee Soviets in Rumania; German Police Capture Soviet Partisans; Allied Sub Hit by Depth Charges;

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  • Duration: variable
  • File size per part: ~400 MB
  • Container: MKV
  • Width: 720 pixels
  • Height: 480 pixels
  • Display aspect ratio: 4:3
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  • Frame rate: 29.970 fps
  • Audio Codec: AC3
  • Channel(s): 2 channels
  • Sampling rate: 48.0 KHz
  • Credit goes to: anonymous
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