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Wehrmacht advances in Poland

Film | Digitized | Accession Number: 2016.518 | RG Number: RG-60.0196 | Film ID: 4272

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    Wehrmacht advances in Poland


    AGFA 8 1941. Eastern front. Pan down building, with sign in Cyrillic, brief INTS. Sign: Ukrainian public school in Wroblin Krowleski. Sign for "Rymanow" Soldier poses by sign, "Posada dolna Kreishaupt m. Sanok District-Krakau" . German soldiers greet cameraman, walk along road with rifles. Aerial shots of countryside, looking through binoculars. Soldiers bathe (brief). Perform a drill at camp. 10:27:08 Sign on barracks: "Juden u. Polen Eintritt verboten!" Woman & man pose in doorway of hut. Man plays accordion. Graves. More of the pastoral Polish countryside. Very brief shot of Jewish grave/headstone. Ruined military vehicles on the road. Germans advance, rest at tent camp.
    Film Title
    Meine Soldatenzeit
    Event:  1941
    Wroblin, Poland
    Rymanow, Poland
    Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Agentur Karl Hoeffkes

    Physical Details

    B&W / Color
    Black & White
    Image Quality
    Time Code
    10:25:04:00 to 10:28:33:00
    Film Format
    • Master
    • Master 4272 Digital: H264 - SD
      Master 4272 Digital: H264 - SD
      Master 4272 Digital: H264 - SD
      Master 4272 Digital: H264 - SD

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    Agentur Karl Hoeffkes
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    Film Provenance
    Karl Hoeffkes has collected over 2,000 hours of rare original film material documenting the period from 1925 to 1946. The collection consists of mostly amateur footage in both black and white and color that focuses on Europe during the pre-war and mid-war periods. The United States Holocaut Memorial Museum entered a cooperative agreement with Agentur Karl Hoeffkes in April 2015 which enables the Museum to provide access to the entire AKH archive and use the material for future exhibitions, research and scientific purposes, and publications.
    Refer to AKH catalog:
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    Agentur Karl Hoeffkes
    File Number
    Source Archive Number: M 1
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    2024-02-21 07:52:06
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