Hitler views captured areas in Paris, Dunkirk, and Calais; in Germany Hitler make plans with officers for invading England
Paris France Date:1940 Duration:5 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
'Battle of Britain' from the "Why we Fight" series of propaganda films during World War 2. Adolf Hitler stands with other officers in Paris and views the Eiffel Tower. Elevated view from Eiffel Tower of German troops marching in streets of Paris and under Arc de Triomphe. Damaged buildings in Dunkirk after German invasion. Hitler and staff ride through street barely passable with rubble and destroyed buildings on either side. In Calais, view of bombed port area and German soldiers keeping watch from a bunker. Hitler looks through V-shaped rangefinder or sighting binoculars across the English Channel toward Britain. Scenes in Berlin Germany of Reich Chancellery exteriors and interiors where Hitler meets with German officers and plans with other officers for invading England. German soldiers men guard a building and Hitler's staff shown examining maps. Pictorial, animated representation of the first phase of the plan showing attack of England from air by Luftwaffe. Phase two shows attack on coastal areas. Phase three shows the actual attack and the course the German army would take to invade Britain.
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