Die Befreiung der Bukowina 1917

Synopsis

1 subtitles: Sr. exc.. Böhm-Ermolli on the command post.
Image: General Eduard von Böhm-Ermolli, to his command post.
Briefing with Austrian officers on the chart;
2. subheads: Before Chernivtsi.
3. subtitles: Destroyed bridges over the Bruth.
Image: Overlooking the river Prut before Molodiya several destroyed bridges (Pan); Ruins of bridges in the river and on the banks of the Prut.
4. subheads: Bivouac.
Image: camp of Austrian troops on the banks of the Prut; bathers. troopers; Horses are ridden near the shore of partially unclothed soldiers by the River (horse pond).
5. subheads: Chernivtsi. The burning train station.
Image: Images from the city of Chernivtsi; Burning station building; Men of smoldering rail sleepers; Rubble and ruins; destroyed dome of the station; Ruins of houses; Firefighters at fires;
Children in the streets of the city.
6. Subtitles: Archduke Franz Joseph decreases the parade of the victorious troops on the day after the capture of Chernivtsi.
Image: Franz Joseph in conversation with Austrian officers; Took of the Austrian troops before Archduke Franz Joseph.

Persons in the Film

Böhm-Ermolli von, Eduard

Places

Chernivtsi

Topics

Eastern Front (World War I) ; 1914-1918 (total period; first world war) ; First world war

Type

Documentary

Genre

War Film (S)

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

Die Befreiung der Bukowina

Die Einnahme von Czernowitz. (Additional title)

Country of Origin:
German Reich

Year of Production and/or Release

Year of Production:
1917

Censorship date: 01.08.1917

Censorship date: 20.02.1922

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