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Breakthrough of the German Defense Northwest of Orel

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Abstract
Western Front, 50th Army, July 14-15, 1943. General view of Hitler's "ersatz-tank", built from logs in the forest. The corpses of the Nazis at the site of the fighting. Subdivisions of the 324th division are walking along the flooring of logs in swampy terrain. The soldiers break into the German dugout, move along the positions captured from the enemy. The signalman is establishing a telephone connection. General view of the field, in the background of which, the smoke from the explosions of artillery shells. A group of battalion commanders at the regiment's command post. One of the fighters crosses the Zhizdra River on a temporary wooden bridge, two more fighters are walking along the bridge with a stretcher. Soldiers of one of the units are crossing the river ford. Red Army soldiers escort the Nazis captured during the battle. The Germans are leading a wounded comrade under the arms. The commanders interrogate the prisoners.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
5998
Keywords
the great patriotic war
Meterage
70,6 (общ. 294,4)
Number of Parts
1
Operators
B.R. Nebylytsky
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1943
Sound
No Sound

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