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Stolp Town

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Abstract
1h - "In the liberated city" Artillery shelling of the city. Types of streets and destroyed buildings. Machine-building plant, [Kashubian castle] with surviving sculptures, a monument to G.L. Blucher, bank, gallery of portraits in one of the mansions of E. von Kleist. German prisoners of war are under escort through the city. Carts of civilians, marked with white flags, are driving along the streets. Soviet soldiers feed the liberated French prisoners of war, communicate with them on friendly terms. 2h - "New Power" Germans with white armbands stand in line at the Soviet commandant's office. Old people, women, children are waiting in line for registration. The merchant's widow [Wilhelmina Everst] speaks to a Soviet officer. A column of prisoners from Volkssturm, who defended the city, is being led to the transit point. Gruppenfuehrer Joseph Lutchen (member of the National Socialist Party, leader of the Volkssturm detachment since 1944) answers questions from Soviet soldiers. The Soviet soldier summons the former defenders of the city according to the list.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
10955
Keywords
the second world war
, foreign countries (germany)
Meterage
403,3
Number of Parts
2
Operators
Ya.K. Smirnov, K.I. Shironin
Other Creators
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Release Date
1945
Sound
No Sound

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