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Color WWII Film Narrated Years Later by a Combat Cameraman

Color WWII Film Narrated Years Later by a Combat Cameraman (Part 3)

Covers shots from London to D-Day. Fascinating recount of WWII color footage narrated by a Combat Cameraman as he presented images before a live audience decades after the war. There is a 10 second lag between images and the narration that gets old. Part 2 shows 3rd army coming ashore after WWII, more shots of France. Part 3 shows Paris, collection of German weapons and planes on display.


Color WWII Film Narrated Years Later by a Combat Cameraman

Color WWII Film Narrated Years Later by a Combat Cameraman (Part 2)

Covers shots from London to D-Day. Fascinating recount of WWII color footage narrated by a Combat Cameraman as he presented images before a live audience decades after the war. There is a 10 second lag between images and the narration that gets old. Part 2 shows 3rd army coming ashore after WWII, more shots of France. Part 3 shows Paris, collection of German weapons and planes on display.


Color WWII Film Narrated Years Later by a Combat Cameraman

Color WWII Film Narrated Years Later by a Combat Cameraman (Part 1)

Covers shots from London to D-Day. Fascinating recount of WWII color footage narrated by a Combat Cameraman as he presented images before a live audience decades after the war. There is a 10 second lag between images and the narration that gets old. Part 2 shows 3rd army coming ashore after WWII, more shots of France. Part 3 shows Paris, collection of German weapons and planes on display.



Live Audio at the Nuremberg Trials

Live Audio at the Nuremberg Trials (Part 2)

Hermann Goring, Rudolf Hess, Alfred Jodl and other German defendants make the opening statements at their war crimes trial at Nuremberg, Germany, in November 1945. Part two is silent – the German defendants greet each other and talk amongst themselves once they reenter the courtroom.


Live Audio at the Nuremberg Trials

Live Audio at the Nuremberg Trials (Part 1)

Hermann Goring, Rudolf Hess, Alfred Jodl and other German defendants make the opening statements at their war crimes trial at Nuremberg, Germany, in November 1945. Part two is silent – the German defendants greet each other and talk amongst themselves once they reenter the courtroom.


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