Hungarian and other Axis nationals join German forces in offensive on Eastern Front during World War 2
Ukraine Date:1941 Duration:3 min 18 sec Sound:Yes
Joint Axis operations on the Eastern Front during World War Two. (A brief glimpse of Nazi rally, not related to the rest of clip.) A map of Eastern front in areas of Belorussia and Ukraine. German and Hungarian troops in Stanislau, preparing for offensive. Troops are relaxing. They pose for camera, "sleeping." German and Hungarian officers meet and confer. A soldier getting a haircut and shave, as many look on. Soldiers eating from their mess kits. Long supply trains seen in background on railroad. Hungarian and German Generals meet and salute each other, with traditional military hand salutes (not Nazi arm salute). The Hungarian General departs in a German tank. Mixture of Hungarian and other Axis infantry on the move. An extremely tall radio tower and associated Hungarian field communications center in operation. Radio operator tapping out Morse code. Axis tanks and artillery firing at the front. A German Stug III Assault gun seen and several tanks. Axis infantry crossing a field under fire and slogging through mud. Axis troops advancing in horse-drawn wagons, past burning vehicle and destroyed field artillery pieces. German and Hungarian soldiers form an honor guard as German Regimental commander decorates two Hungarian soldiers with Iron Crosses.
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