Ein Kampftag in der Champagne 1917

Synopsis

1 part field airfield of Jasta 9;
Command output through the squadron leaders;
Start the "Albatros CV" to the enemy flight;
Aerial photographs of towns;
Encounter with captive balloons;
Dogfight with enemy biplane and crash;
"Albatros CV" lands next to the burning wreckage of the plane;
Return of the fighters;
Plane tomb with propeller as grave cross for Wilhelm Schlolaut, fell to the 12.11.1916;
Aerial photographs from the front area.

2. field gun part in the bombardment of enemy positions;
Demolition in the area and occupation of the Sprengtrichters by storm troopers;
Hand grenade use against enemy Foxholes;
thorough in covering assault squad in open field;
Breakthrough through enemy wire obstacle;
Use of flamethrowers;
three German soldiers freed from captivity;
long train with French prisoners;
German troops ride on trucks in the rest position.

Topics

France campaign; Front footage; 1914-1918 (total period; first world war); First world war; Westfront (Erster Weltkrieg)

Type

Documentary

Genre

War Film (S)

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

Ein Kampftag in der Champagne

Country of Origin:
German Reich

Year of Production and/or Release

Year of Production:
1917

Censorship date: 16.05.1917

Censorship date: 15.08.1917

Censorship date: 14.09.1917

Censorship date: 07.09.1921

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