Serienjunkies.org

Shooting The War – PDTV – Xvid

Cover

Dauer: 60:00 | Größe: 700 MB | Sprache: Englisch | Format: Xvid | Uploader: sunspots

Remarkably, some soldiers took their amateur film cameras to the front lines and filmed the everyday life of the soldier and airman in battle. In Britain the practice was discouraged, but German soldiers were encouraged to film the impending triumphs of the Third Reich. This programme features the amateur films of four fighting men: Britons Derek Brown and Leslie Fowler, and Germans Paul Kellermann and Klaus Eismann. Brown took his camera into the Burma campaign, while Fowler filmed from the ship he was commanding on the morning of D-Day. Eismann, a member of the Luftwaffe, filmed as the Germans overran Poland in the first days of war. Kellermann used his camera as the Wehrmacht occupied Paris and later in the drive across Russia and into Stalingrad, where, though he died, his films survived. Luftwaffe member Karl Plote filmed the preparation and execution of bombing raids on SW England and in Naumburg, fireman Hans Brunswig filmed the aerial bombardment on his city. Through these films we can relive the experiences of men in the heart of war. Kellermann filmed both his domestic life and his experiences as a soldier in a reconnaissance unit on the Western and Eastern fronts. He had a sharp eye for detail and the ability to get in close, and provides us with a detailed look at the life of his family before and during the war. His niece is still alive and remembers many of the people that feature in the films. The picture that he portrays of soldiers‘ lives are stunning. Somehow he managed to capture the humanity of the people he filmed – comrades, as well as POWs, in situations of extreme inhumanity. He was killed on the Eastern front in February 1942, but he left behind some vivid letters, written to his family, describing his experiences.

Shooting.The.War.S01E01.Men.WS.PDTV.XviD-FTP
Download: hier | filefactory.com
Download: hier | rapidshare.com

Shooting.The.War.S01E03.WS.PDTV.XviD-FTP Neu
Download: hier | filefactory.com
Download: hier | rapidshare.com

Erstellt am 9 Februar '10, in Englisch, Geschichte/Politik, Zweiter Weltkrieg. Tags: , , , , , .

Nach oben