German Luftwaffe operations in Poland during World War II
Poland Date:1939 Duration:3 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
German ground support crews pull refueling apparatus from hiding in woods at edge of airfield in Poland, during World War 2. They set up to receive and service arriving German Heinkel HE-111 bombers. A squadron of bombers lands. Ground crews assist them in parking. As flight crews leave their aircraft, ground crews load the planes with bombs. A German Henschel Hs 126 observation plane arrives at the field and rear-seater delivers a reconnaissance camera to waiting ground crewman. View of a rustic field photo intelligence operation in the woods. Technicians wind developed photograph strips using a large cylinder of wooden slats. Photo interpreters study the pictures to glean information about enemy installations and movements. Group of German soldiers working at a large table, outdoors in the woods
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