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Through Enemy Eyes: A Newsreel History Of The Third Reich At War, Volume 1

DVD Review by Blaine Taylor


15 German Newsreels with English Subtitles June 21, 1939-March 6, 1940

This outstanding collection of German wartime weekly newsreels---seen just as they were shown in movie theaters on the Nazi home front---depict the Second World War as they saw it. Here we see re-born German fleet maneuvers on the high seas, Hitler Youth cruising to Budapest, SA Storm Troopers defending the border against the Poles, Germany's invasion of Poland, and the sea bombardment of the Polish fortress at Westerplatte.

Also seen are German tanks plunging deep into Polish territory, the crossing of the Vistula River, Hitler reviewing troops at the front, the entry of Lodz, house-to-house fighting, and German and Red Army troops meeting in conquered Poland.

German engineers re-start steel mills in Silesia, U-boat Capt. Gunther Prien and his crew are welcomed to Berlin, an attempted assassination of Hitler in Munich fails, Tientsin is evacuated by the British, Luftwaffe planes sink British ships in the North Sea, Dr. Gobbels tours Western Front defenses, and Italian Fascist Duce/Leader Benito Mussolini reviews elite Militiamen in Rome.

This is the Second World War as you've never seen it before: Through Enemy Eyes.

Through Enemy Eyes: A Newsreel History Of The Third Reich At War, Volume 1




Through Enemy Eyes: A Newsreel History Of The Third Reich At War, Volume 1 DVD Review by Blaine Taylor


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