German camouflaged artillery being fired during invasion of Poland during World War II.
Poland Date:1939 Duration:1 min 6 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany during World War II. Camouflaged artillery guns being fired on field. A damaged fortified cave on field. German officers examine aerial intelligence photographs in the field. German Luftwaffe Chief, Hermann Goering discusses strategy with staff officers. Interiors showing German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, German Air Force Chief, Hermann Goering with other German officers as they attend a conference. German airmen man their bombers. Soldiers physically carry large bombs to the aircraft. German Stuka dive bombers with bombs mounted underneath. Stuka aircraft take off and fly in formation. View of bombed hangar and damaged aircraft at an airfield. The first casualties are tended and evacuated by a railroad train.
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