Ruins of the Reich (2007)
A unique then and now four part series tracing the rise and fall of Third Reich through its massive buildings, monuments and rally grounds. By fusing first generation archival film together with colorful footage of each structure as it appears today, the Ruins of the Reich series is a chilling and fascinating journey into depths of what once was the Third Reich. A tremendous treasure trove of historic information which would make an exceptional educational tool at any school or University. A few of the sites include the NAZI Party rally grounds, Nuremberg, U-Boat Bunkers, Atlantic Wall gun batteries, Hitlers headquarters Wolfsschanze and a complete tour of the Obersalzberg and the ruins of Hitlers Berghof along with the residences of the inner circle. Other locations feature the Tannenberg Memorial, Hitlers Munich Headquarters, the Allied landing sites on the beaches of Normandy, the bunkers along the Maginot line and an inside look of the massive remaining bunker of the Berlin Chancellery. Dozens of other locations are also highlighted in this unique two disk set of the Ruins of Hitlers Third Reich. DVD was released in 2007. It was originally released on VHS as 4-part series in: 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005. Director: R.J. Adams Country: USA Language: English Subtitles: none Genre: Documentary, War Ruins of the Reich (2007)
World War II Metal Detecting - German Guns - Eastern Front Battlefield Relic Hunting (HD)
Team WWIIMD visited last december the former battlefields of the eastern front, where heavy fighting took place in 1945. In the search for war relics we discovered some amazing finds that we will share in our new battlefield research video. Our most interesting find was a German MG34/42 machinegun ammunition box that containd 2 German pistols. Czech CZ 27 and a Belgium FN 1922, both war time productions. We also found equipment pieces and other interesting things that were left behind in the woods after the war. Feel free to leave a comment. Greetings from Holland! TEAM WWIIMD - Word War II Metal Detecting Videos email@example.com
NaziI bunker filmed in 1992, I went underground with my still camera and snaped these pictures.
After the fall of the wall in 1989, historians excavated Hitler's bunker, from where he had orchestrated 'total victory or total annihilation', got hitched, and then took his bride's life and then his own. From 1961 to 1989, the bunker had remained untouched in no man's land at the border between east and west. When historians went in, they found of wealth of treasures, like unlocking a time capsule: dinner menus, Nazi paintings, hair brushes, plates, and some rooms still in tact, including the children's room of the family Goebbels, with the wire bunk beds unmoved. Unfortunately, worried the site would become a Nazi shrine, the German authorities destroyed the bunker and built inoffensive and plain buildings over it. Nearby, a large Jewish Memorial is currently under construction. A great historical find was lost, but with sound reasons. The German people struggle hard with their legacy and the world transpires to never let them forget. One wonders why this, and future, generation(s) should be held accountable for the actions of their past generations, especially the longer the time passes. What makes exploring Berlin's bunkers so fascinating is that they were the bunkers of ordinary citizens, the people who held no political ideology and just got caught in the middle; every war has millions of such people. The remaining bunkers are located in suburban areas, surrounded by apartment buildings and offices, and even today, do not look out of place. Indeed, people walk past these buildings every day without giving them a passing glance; they are as much a part of Berlin's cityscape as any building.
1945 BERCHTESGADEN The Berghof Before and After the Bombing
http://digilander.libero.it/romanoarchives/ http://www.webalice.it/romanoarchives May 1945. US and French troops visiting the ruins of the bombed Berghof, former Hitler residence near Berchtesgaden. Linn Productions Media soundtrack added (Demo Only) in 2008 by ROMANO-ARCHIVES, available on: http://www.linnproductionsmedia.com/ Montage and Editing by ROMANO-ARCHIVES. "SUBSCRIBING to this Channel is a MUST for researchers and RARE HISTORICAL FOOTAGE fans!!!" V. Romano This is a clip from the ROMANO-ARCHIVES' new website-"Unknown World War 2 in Color"-"Early Post-War" section. At: http://www.webalice.it/romanoarchives Hours of unknown WW2 related footage hi-res videos are available. Hi-Res videos from our Collections are available on DVD, CD or directly in your inbox. Clips and movies can also be downloaded from our servers using a PW or uploaded by us to your FTP.