German forces defend against attacks by Soviet aircraft during Crimean campaign in World War II
Crimea Date:1941 Duration:1 min 1 sec Sound:Yes
Battle scenes of German and Soviet forces during German assault in the Crimea during World War 2. A German soldier send semaphore signals from a lookout tower set up near their encampment. In response, another soldier rings an air raid bell alarm. Soldiers unloading supplies at a pier, hurry to take cover, as German antiaircraft crew get ready for combat. A fast-moving Soviet warplane flies overhead as German antiaircraft batteries open fire. Gun crew firing a 12.8cm Flak 40 gun. Bombs exploding in a line on the ground. German troops along a road, with some taking cover in a ditch. A soviet warplane flying past at at what appears to be 100 ft altitude. Flak 40 gun crew firing with low elevation setting. German soldier using binoculars and sky filled with smoke from Flak bursts. A line of bomb explosions nearby. German soldiers fleeing from burning vehicles hit by bombs. More antiaircraft fire, and a spotter with binoculars watching a Soviet airplane explode and burn in the air, after being hit.
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