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12 Jahre, 3 Monate, 9 Tage - Die Jahreschronik des Dritten Reichs, Documentary, 2006 IMDB

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robi DE

2014-09-26 02:27

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Completed.
I ignored most tank footage, the infamous Mercedes-Benz 770 K, the Mercedes-Benz G4, and some cars featured elsewhere, as Speer's BMW, and the Packard Twelve used by Nazi foregin minister Von Ribbentrop.

Aircraft for impdb:
Junkers Ju 52/3m
[Image: jcdrju521.jpg] [Image: jcdrju522.jpg] [Image: jcdrju523.jpg]

Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor
[Image: jcdrfw200.jpg]

Messerschmitt Bf 109
[Image: jcdrbf109.jpg]

Junkers Ju 88
[Image: jcdrju88.jpg]

Hawker Hurricane
[Image: jcdrhurricane.jpg]

Junkers Ju 87 "StuKa"
[Image: jcdrstuka.jpg]

Messerschmitt Bf 110
[Image: jcdrmesserschmitt1.jpg] [Image: jcdrmesserschmitt2.jpg]

Supermarine Spitfire
[Image: jcdrspitfire.jpg]

Heinkel He 111
[Image: jcdrhe111.jpg]

De Havilland Express
[Image: jcdrflugzeug1.jpg]

Unknown Luftwaffe Biplane
[Image: jcdrdoppeldecker1.jpg] [Image: jcdrdoppeldecker2.jpg]

Unknown Hungary-registered plane
[Image: jcdrha1.jpg]

Unknown twin-engined plane
[Image: jcdrzweimot1.jpg]

Unknown twin-engined plane
[Image: jcdrzweimot2.jpg]

Unknown RAF bomber
[Image: jcdrbomber1.jpg]

Unknown twin-engined Luftwaffe plane
[Image: jcdrluftwaffe.jpg]

dsl SX

2014-09-26 05:43

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robi wrote Unknown Hungary-registered plane..

"Malert (Magyar Legiforgalmi) was a Hungarian airline, founded 1922... folded 1944, and a fore-runner of Malév Hungarian Airlines. ..... 5 triple-engined Italian-built Savoia-Marchetti SM-75 aircraft HA-SMA to HA-SME, delivered 1938-39." - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malert

dsl SX

2014-09-26 05:54

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robi wrote Unknown RAF bomber
[Image: jcdrbomber1.jpg]

Compare with
[Image: planebomber.jpg]
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sixcyl wrote Good pics of ... night bomber Short Stirling :king:

... and we should be able to ID the tractor between these 2 films???

sixcyl FR

2014-10-04 10:23

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Sorry, the unknown RAF bomber is not a Short Stirling, but an Avro Lancaster.

sixcyl FR

2014-10-04 18:41

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Aircraft at:
Link to "www.impdb.org"

LVCDC FR

2017-10-28 19:12

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robi wrote Completed.
I ignored most tank footage, the infamous Mercedes-Benz 770 K, the Mercedes-Benz G4, and some cars featured elsewhere, as Speer's BMW, and the Packard Twelve used by Nazi foregin minister Von Ribbentrop.(...)


I know this wiki/DB is not full in love with tanks and armored vehicules but with such many rejected items, why editing this page ?

Especially with 'Completed' as first word !

This is not just a 'one shot' documentary but a serie of 13 episodes.
And so there is much more.
Including on the aircraft side. But thanks very much to put my eyes on this subject.

Well these words because as I wanted to verify details on an aircraft, online streaming returned me some links I followed without thinking.
And I didn't understand why the Munich crisis scene I was looking for gave me footage of the last weeks of the war ... (I'm tired these last days).

Well ... I saw some interesting things (Fw 190 D, P-38, ...) missing on the IMPDB page.
But 13 x 50 mn, sorry ! I couldn't upgrade before some months.

As so I will pay more attention and watch episode 2 (?) still to find Chamberlain's plane (no less infamous -sorry Bristish friends- just ask Czechoslovak people their feeling ... [of course, French Daladier was not better but realisitic when he said "ha ! les cons!" about enthusiastic French people acclaming him back in France]).

-- Last edit: 2017-10-28 22:40:42

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