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Военные новости в видео / Английский военный киножурнал (Великобритания, 26 серий) 1943-1945 год
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War Pictorial News. Видеозаписи из национального управления архивов и документации.

Подробной информации о Британском киножурнале найти не удалось, но суть его в целом понятна, небольшие 10- минутные фильмы состоящие из хроники боев, с большой долей пропаганды (как и в аналогичных).

Все серии без перевода, много редкой и уникальной хроники, которой нет в документальных фильмах. Небольшого знания английского языка хватит для понятного перевода. К каждой серии есть небольшое описание.

Хроника отличного качественная, в выпусках за 1943 год много советской хроники.

Так же смотрите остальные киножурналы


War Pictorial News Number 91 (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39174, LI 208-WP-91 - War Pictorial News Number 91 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. On the Brit. counteroffensive in Libya following Rommel's futile attempt to break through at El Alamein. Brit. tanks cross a desert area; wounded tankmen are given first aid and placed on ambulances. U.S. B-24's bomb Tripoli as Brit. armor advances. Brit. planes strafe retreating Ger. units and Ger. ships attempting to land reinforcements and supplies. Ger. POW's are marched to the rear. Shows Ital. POW's and Arab natives as Brit. forces enter Tripoli. Gen. Montgomery receives the surrender of the city from its Ital. mayor. Brit. tanks are massed in the square, the Brit. flag is raised, and Gen. Montgomery rides in a motorcade through the city.




War Pictorial News Number 92 (1943)


National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39175, LI 208-WP-92 - War Pictorial News Number 92 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1 (Russia), Russ. tanks and inf. advance. A Ger. tank is hit and its crew removed. Partisans creep through woods, detonate a bridge, advance into a German-occupied village, strip arms from dead Gers., and hear a commissar's speech. A collaborator is shot as civilians cheer. Village youths march off to join the Army. Part 2 (New Guinea), natives carry wounded as Australian inf. wade a jungle stream. U.S. jeeps move over jungle roads. Supplies are dropped to the inf. from C-47's. The inf. clean their weapons and advance into the jungle. Part 3, Turkish Pres. Inonu greets P.M. Churchill and Anthony Eden as they deplane in Ankara. The group confers in a railway coach.




War Pictorial News Number 94 (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39177, LI 208-WP-94 - War Pictorial News Number 94 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, Brit. bombers skim over the English Channel at night, bomb Ger. installations, and return to Eng. Some of the bombers crash land. Part 2, Australian troops advance through New Guinea jungle near Milne Bay. Transport planes drop supplies to the column. Artillery is fired. Shows partially demolished Japanese midget tanks and landing barges, and Japanese equipment captured intact. Part 3, Arab chieftains swear allegiance in N. Africa to Free French forces. Brit. artillery fires on Ger. desert positions. U.S. tanks, followed by inf., move up. Free French and U.S. officers review Fr. colonial troops. The populace cheers as an Arab sultan marches from a desert fort.




War Pictorial News Number 95 (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39178, LI 208-WP-95 - War Pictorial News Number 95 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, armor of the Brit. 8th Army crosses the Libyan border into Tunisia, and rolls through the streets of a Tunisian city. Part 2 shows training maneuvers of Brit. paratroops and glider troops. Part 3, Haile Selassie reviews inf. and pack mules of the British-trained Ethiopian Army. Light mountain howitzers are fired. Part 4, on the Union of S. Africa's contribution to the Brit. war effort: S. African naval cadets tie knots and row boats. Coastal guns are fired during a defense drill. Motor torpedo boats maneuver at sea. Shows a convoy at sea and S. African troops debarking at a port.




War Pictorial New Number 99 (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39180, LI 208-WP-99 - War Pictorial New Number 99 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. On the fighting in and around Stalingrad. Russ. inf. move through the ruins of the city; artillery is fired from its outskirts. Russ. inf. charge forward passing Ger. dead lying in the snow. Russ. Gens. Rokossovski and Voronov observe the action. Russ. artillery and machine guns are fired point blank into ruined buildings; Gers. file out to surrender. Shows Ger. dead, closeups of Romanian Gen. Dimitru and Ger. Gens. von Paulus and Schmidt, and panoramic views of masses of Ger. POW's being marched to the rear.




War Pictorial News Number 102 (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39182, LI 208-WP-102 - War Pictorial News Number 102 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. On the battle for Tunisia. Shows an Allied convoy at sea; troops, trucks, tanks, and materiel being unloaded at a N. African port; and naval antiaircraft driving off Ger. planes. Roads are repaired and Ger. POW's marched to the rear. Allied soldiers mingle with civilians in rubbled Gabes. Brit. armor rolls through El Hamma. Gens. Alexander and Montgomery confer with Air Marshal Broadhurst. "Spitfires" take off; a Ger. installation is bombed. Brit. troops repair a captured airstrip. Gens. Eisenhower and Montgomery shake hands. Tanks advance; artillery and mortars are fired. Brit. paratroops debark from transports. Fighter planes land on an airstrip.




War Pictorial News Number 104 (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39183, LI 208-WP-104 - War Pictorial News Number 104 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1 shows Brit. antitank guns mounted on "Hurricane" fighter planes. The planes take off and strafe Ger. tanks in N. Africa. Part 2, Allied troops in Cairo, Egypt are entertained by magicians, jugglers, and an excursion along the Nile at a party given by Premier Nahas Pasha. Part 3, shows women working in machine shops in the Middle East. Part 4, Air Marshal Tedder deplanes in Malta and is greeted by Viscount Gort. Transports are unloaded in Maletta harbor, peasants work in the fields, and U.S. sailors inspect ruins on the island and fraternize with children. Part 5 shows RAF pilots who downed the service's 1,000th enemy aircraft.




War Pictorial News Numeber 116 (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39186, LI 208-WP-116 - War Pictorial News Numeber 116 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, King George VI is driven through the streets of Tunis; inspects a captured Ger. tank; talks to Gens. Clark and Patton; inspects troops; rides with Gen. Montgomery in an armored car; knights Mr. Marshall Linnell; meets Viscount Gort on Malta; and rides through streets on the island. Part 2, sailors aboard Brit. destroyers observe Pantelleria; Gen. Eisenhower and Brit. Adm. Cunningham confer aboard a cruiser. B-17's and Lancaster bombers bomb the island; naval guns are fired; prisoners emerge from debris and surrender to Brit. troops. Sentries patrol the beaches; prisoners are massed in a field; tanks move through streets on the island.




War Pictorial News Number 118 (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39187, LI 208-WP-118 - War Pictorial News Number 118 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. On the invasion of Sicily. A Brit. convoy, including transports, cruisers, destroyers, and other vessels, moves toward the island. Soldiers are transferred from ship to ship by breeches buoy. Troops bathe, repair shoes, and man battle stations. Transport planes, loaded with supplies and paratroops take off from a field in N. Africa. Allied troops land on Sicily under a naval barrage and regroup on the beach. Trucks and tanks are taken ashore.




War Pictorial News Number 119 (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39188, LI 208-WP-119 - War Pictorial News Number 119 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, war workers and sailors and soldiers of the allied nations parade down the Mall in London; Brit. Gens. Paget and Smith review the parade. Part 2, Queen Elizabeth visits offices of an artillery training school and converses with women antiaircraft gunners. Gunners, including Mary Churchill, operate the guns. Part 3 shows Gen. Montgomery surrounded by crowds in London. Part 4, Brit. troops, tanks, and trucks go ashore on Sicily after opposition has been crushed. Troops and tanks move down a road.




War Pictorial News Number 133 (1943)


National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39190, LI 208-WP-133 - War Pictorial News Number 133 (1943). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1 shows U.S. "Marauder" bombers flying in formation and bombing Ger. airfields in France. Part 2 shows wreckage of a post office in Naples after a time-bomb has exploded. Wounded U.S. soldiers receive medical treatment. Italians apply for work at the city hall. U.S. bombers take off from an airstrip in southern Italy and bomb enemy installations. Part 3, a bridge over the Volturno river is repaired and troops of the U.S. 5th Army cross it. Part 4, King George and Queen Elizabeth inspect the 4th Indian Div. at Buckingham Palace. Part 5, Churchill presents a sword to Russ. Amb. Gusev commemorating Stalingrad's liberation. Russ. civilians receive awards at Stalingrad; wreaths are placed on tombs. Part 6, Russ. troops load and fire mortars and field guns in Stalingrad; inf. advances past abandoned Ger. equipment; Ger. POW's are rounded up; and a pillbox explodes.




War Pictorial News Number 174 (1944)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39199, LI 208-WP-174 - War Pictorial News Number 174 (1944). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, streets in Rennes are swept for mines. U.S. troops and mechanized equipment move through the city as civilians cheer. Nazi collaborators are assailed by civilians; prisoners are marched through the town. Part 2, B-24's bomb a railway yard in France. Part 3, field guns are fired and Brit. inf. moves up near Caen. Tanks move past abandoned and demolished Ger. equipment. Part 4, Russ. tanks and infantry advance in Romania.




War Pictorial News Number 175 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39200, LI 208-WP-175 - War Pictorial News Number 175 (1945). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, Chindits enter a Burma village, load and fire mortars and machine guns, move through the jungle using mule teams, greet Chinese troops, enter Mogaung accompanied by Australians, and stand inspection. Shows enemy corpses and a one-plane bombing run. Part 2, Brit. tanks move forward in Fr.; allied bombers fly through flak to strafe and bomb ground installations and an enemy convoy off Helgoland. Half-tracks and tanks move through a rubbled French town; allied planes bombard the burning village.




War Pictorial New Number 177 (1944)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39202, LI 208-WP-177 - War Pictorial New Number 177 (1944). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Shows the ominously deserted streets of Paris; FFI units tear down Ger. posters, erect street barricades, form battle lines, congregate at their Hotel de Ville headquarters, fire rifles at a Nazi tank, wound a Nazi, and remove him from the street by stretcher. A Ger. truck is hand grenaded and bursts into flames. Nazis surrender to U.S. troops near the Eiffel Tower. Civilians embrace British tankmen. Gen. de Gaulle places a wreath on a memorial; the crowd disburses as a shot is fired. Brit. soldiers present arms in front of the Arc de Triomphe.




War Pictorial News No. 179 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39203, LI 208-WP-179 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 179 [OCT. 9] - DVD Copied by Justin Grimes. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1 shows Pres. and Mrs. Roosevelt, P.M. and Mrs. Churchill, Mackenzie King, and others at the Quebec Conference. Mrs. Roosevelt and Mackenzie King move down a receiving line; Churchill enters an auto. Part 2 shows equipment massed on the docks in Naples. Paratroops of the 7th Army jump over southern France; inf. and tanks advance. Long lines of prisoners march to the rear. Citizens of Marseilles warmly greet U.S. troops entering the city. Truckloads of troops enter Lyons; Germans fire from hospital windows; patients are removed from the hospital which is under bombardment.




War Pictorial News No. 187 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39207, LI 208-WP-187 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 187 [DEC. 3] - DVD Copied by Justin Grimes. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, Brit. troops descend ships ladders into barges; the barges land in the Scheldt Islands; troops run ashore and through a small town. Germans surrender. Wounded are treated and loaded onto trucks. Field guns are fired. Tanks advance. Houses are searched; Nazis emerge and surrender. A Dutch woman is removed from a burning house. Part 2, Russ. Gen. Rokossovoski observes Russ. tanks and infantry advance toward Lublin, Poland. Russ. bombers hit Ger. strong points. Infantry crosses the Bug River in boats; amphibious tanks reach the opposite shore. Truck-drawn artillery and tanks are cheered as they enter Helm; civilians embrace the Russians. Polish patriots are released from jail.




War Pictorial News No. 189 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39208, LI 208-WP-189 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 189 [DEC. 18] - DVD Copied by Justin Grimes. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, Brit. 14th Army units enter a jungle and move through mud near Arakan, Burma; mules carry, supplies; water buckets are passed up a hill from man to man; food is distributed; field guns are dragged through mud; a stream is crossed; stretcher cases are brought to an aid tent; and field guns, mortars, and machine guns are fired. Part 2, Brit. bombers sink the Tirpitz. Part 3, Churchill lands in Paris, is greeted by Gen. de Gaulle, lays a wreath on the Unknown Soldier's tomb, reviews Fr. sailors and soldiers near the Arc de Triomphe, and rides past large crowds.




War Pictorial News No. 189 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39208, LI 208-WP-189 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 189 [DEC. 18] - DVD Copied by Justin Grimes. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, Brit. 14th Army units enter a jungle and move through mud near Arakan, Burma; mules carry, supplies; water buckets are passed up a hill from man to man; food is distributed; field guns are dragged through mud; a stream is crossed; stretcher cases are brought to an aid tent; and field guns, mortars, and machine guns are fired. Part 2, Brit. bombers sink the Tirpitz. Part 3, Churchill lands in Paris, is greeted by Gen. de Gaulle, lays a wreath on the Unknown Soldier's tomb, reviews Fr. sailors and soldiers near the Arc de Triomphe, and rides past large crowds.




War Pictorial News No. 191 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39209, LI 208-WP-191 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 191 [JAN. 1] - DVD Copied by Justin Grimes. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, guerillas parade in Tirana, Albania; Brit. Halifax bombers fly overhead. Part 2, a wreath is placed on photographer Damain Parer's tomb in Sydney. Flashbacks show footage taken by Parer: Brit. tanks and infantry advancing in Libya; Brit. mortars firing on Crete; troops advancing near Salamaua, New Guinea; a soldier helping a blinded comrade; a Japanese ship in the Bismarck Sea; and U.S. troops landing on Pelelieu. Part 3 shows how plywood is manufactured and used in boats, gliders, and Brit. Mosquito bombers. Part 4, elephants are used by the Brit. 14th Army to help in the construction of bridge in Burma. Shows a wood-chopping contest.




War Pictorial News No. 194 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39210, LI 208-WP-194 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 194 [JAN. 22] - DVD Copied by Justin Grimes. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, girls of the Women's Royal Naval Service moor a small boat, scrub decks, and steer a boat. Part 2, Brit. infantry, protected by mortar fire, assaults Kennedy Peak, Burma. Shows dead Japanese and captured installations. Part 3, supplies are unloaded from ships in Antwerp. Part 4, Brit. mosquito bombers take off from an Eng. airstrip, fly over coastal towns, and bomb German ships in Nord Goulon Fjord, Norway.




War Pictorial News No. 196 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39212, LI 208-WP-196 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 196 [FEB. 5] - DVD Copied by Ann Galloway. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. On the battle of the Ardennes. Brit. tanks advance; infantry row across a small stream in Holland; machine guns are manned; tanks and infantry cross railroad tracks and a bridge over the Maas R.; prisoners are marched to the rear; Ger. citizens greet Brit. troops; Ger. prisoners push a wounded comrade in a cart; civilians are evacuated from Bastogne; their credentials are checked by U.S. troops; military traffic moves forward; planes firing rockets fly overhead; prisoners smoke cigars and cigarettes; captured Ger. vehicles move over fields; supplies are dropped; Brit. flamethrowing tanks enter Malmedy; fires are fought; Gen. Montgomery leaves bldg.; Brit. infantry and vehicles move on a wet road; bombs are dropped on a Ger. town.




War Pictorial News No. 206 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39213, LI 208-WP-206 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 206 [APRIL 16] - DVD Copied by Ann Galloway. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, Queen Wilhelmina tours rubbled streets in Holland, places a wreath on a historic battle site, and talks with members of a crowd. Part 2, artillery pieces are loaded on gliders. Transports and gliders land in Burma near the front lines. Ghurka troops unload supplies. Tanks and inf. advance under artillery support. Mortars, machine guns, and airplanes bombard a hill outside Mandalay. Japanese troops, holed up in the city, are strafed by Brit. planes. Gen. Slim, Lord Mountbatten, and Gov. Casey of Bengal enter the city with Brit. troops.




War Pictorial News No. 210 (1945)


National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39214, LI 208-WP-210 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 210 [MAY 14] - DVD Copied by Ann Galloway. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1 shows an encampment of Greek and Yugoslav displaced persons in the Sinai Desert. Refugees board a train which then proceeds toward the Egyptian coast; they embark aboard the liner Tripolitania. Part 2 shows treasure, including art objects, confiscated by the Germans during the war and later salvaged from their hiding places. Part 3 shows atrocity scenes, torture devices, and survivors of various Nazi concentration camps. Gen. Eisenhower tours a camp. Shows a closeup of Josef Cramer, head of the Belsen camp.




War Pictorial News No. 213 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39216, LI 208-WP-213 - WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 213 [JUNE 4] - DVD Copied by Ann Galloway. Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, U.S. transport planes fly over flooded Dutch fields and drop Army field rations onto dry ground. Shows the planes flying over the Amsterdam airdrome. Part 2 shows masses of Ger. prisoners near Munich. Ger. Gen. Keitel, Marshall Zhukov, Gen. de Tassigny, Marshall Tedder, and Gen. Spaatz are shown at surrender ceremonies. Part 3, crowds cheer Winston Churchill, King George, Queen Elizabeth, and other members of the royal family as they appear outside Buckingham Palace.




War Pictorial News Number 217 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39218, LI 208-WP-217 - War Pictorial News Number 217 (1945). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Part 1, pipe, to be laid across the English Channel for the transportation of petroleum, is prepared in England. The Brit. ship Conundrum starts "Operation Pluto" by laying pipe sections in the channel. Shows a pumping station. Oil-burning tanks advance; flaming oil is used to lift fog from an airstrip; planes land and take off. Part 2, repatriated Indian prisoners debark at a port in India; stretcher cases are carried ashore and treated by Red Cross nurses. Part 3, Viscount Gort and other officials review a Brit. military parade in Jerusalem honoring King George VI; RAF squadrons fly overhead.




War Pictorial News Number 218 (1945)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39219, LI 208-WP-218 - War Pictorial News Number 218 (1945). Series: Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels, compiled 1943 - 1945. Summary: Part 1 shows British reoccupation of the Channel Islands. Brit. warships steam into a Guernsey port. German troops march from a castle and lay down their arms. King George and Queen Elizabeth enplane in England and later deplane on Guernsey. Part 2, a tank is assembled and tested. The tank carries a bridge which is placed across a stream, crossed, and then loaded aboard the tank. Australian troops land at Tarakan on Borneo under an aerial and naval bombardment. Shows Gen. Blamey. Part 3, Gen. Eisenhower rides in a carriage through London streets, chats with Air Marshal Tedder, and speaks to a large crowd.


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