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Germany 1945: sensationally restored film footage by George Stevens

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    Default Germany 1945: sensationally restored film footage by George Stevens

    Hello, I don’t known if this has been shown/discussed before but this is well worth a watch. It’s not your usual ‘WW2 in colour’. It really brings it to life and is probably worth a couple of views to pick up on all of the little details.

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    Great link Grimebox, a detailed snapshot of 75 years ago. There was a documentary called D Day to Berlin, that was shown on BBC1 in 1984, a colour documentary by the film director George Stevens & includes most of the footage (pre-restoration)
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    I've always had a copy on video/DVD, one of those memorable documentaries.
    Regards
    Paul

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    Fantastic restoration work! A must see and thank you for sharing it.

    Regards,

    Joel

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    Very interesting video.
    Thanks for posting the link.
    gregM
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    myself around.

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