Battle For Sevastopol DVD
Soviet Steamroller Savages Sevastopol! The Epic 1944 Red Army Retaking of the Fortress from the Nazis.
Produced right after the Red Army threw out the Germans in 1944, this stunning epic of gritty combat action is a most gripping battle documentary. Drawing upon footage from 19 Soviet cameramen---and made under the guidance of Soviet director Stalin laureate V.N. Beliaev---they capture the tumultuous Eastern Front in many different angles and views, bringing vividly to life the mighty struggle of war between Nazi and Red Armies. The film is also a searing visual record of both the grisly Nazi atrocities uncovered by the Red Army on its liberation of the city plus the gruesome deaths of enemy soldiers juxtaposed and ably presented via cinema montage. The raw reality of war - combat not to be missed!
Directed by V. N. Beliaev, USSR, 1944, B&W 43 Minutes.
Decorated with the Order of the Red Banner - 1944. Switchable newly recorded English voice-over soundtrack or original Russian with optional English Subtitles. Digitally Restored from the highest quality extant original 35 MM Lavender Film Print. Warning: Contains uncensored graphic footage.
DVD Special Features:
• 4 Historical Slideshows:
- Battle for Sevastopol
- Red Gibraltar: Manstein’s Glory
- Field Marshal Erich von Manstein: Conqueror of Sevastopol
- Super Howitzer Karl and World’s Biggest Cannon Dora
• Original German Newsreel: The Capture of Sevastopol 1942 (13 min.) with English Narration
• Interactive Scene Selections
• Switchable English Voice-Over Soundtrack or Original Russian with Optional English Subtitles
NTSC Region 0 encoding (Entire World)
Libraries and Institutions Please Note: Educational Editions with PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RIGHTS and DIGITAL SITE LICENSES are available.
AVAILABLE MARCH 31, 2013