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Verdun! World War I Battle Film & Documentaries Collection DVD MP4 USB

Verdun! World War I Battle Film & Documentaries Collection DVD MP4 USB
Verdun! World War I Battle Film & Documentaries Collection DVD MP4 USB
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72 Videos, 99 Pictures And 3 Documentaries On The Most Terrible Battle Of World War I! A 3+ Hour Digitally Restored DVD Presentation, Presented As An Archival Quality MPG & JPG (JPEG) DVD, File Download Or USB Flash Drive! #BattleOfVerdun #BatailleDeVerdun #SchlachtUmVerdun #ErichVonFalkenhayn #WilhelmGermanCrownPrince #FortDouaumont #WesternFrontWorldWarI #WesternFrontWWI #WorldWarI #WorldWarOne #WorldWar1 #WWI #WW1 #FirstWorldWar #FirstEuropeanWar #EuropeanCivilWar #WarToEndAllWars #TheWarToEndAllWars #TheGreatWar #DVD #MP4 #VideoDownload


Contents:


DOCUMENTARIES:

WORLD WAR 1: VERDUN (Black/White, 23 Minutes)
The landmark 1964 CBS television documentary series classic narrated by Robert Ryan addresses an entire episode to the great titanic battle of the First World War.

WORLD WAR I - THE WAR YEARS: THE BATTLE OF VERDUN (Black/White, 45 Minutes)
An episode of the four-part French television series World War I: The War Years narrated in English that analyzes the battle from start to finish utilizing authentic combat footage from the original French archives, footage that is rarely and sometimes never seen in documentaries produced in other countries.

THE GREAT WAR - EPISODE 11: "HELL CANNOT BE SO TERRIBLE" (Black/White, 40 Minutes)
An installment from the lost 1964 BBC TV series "The Great War" narrated By Michael Redgrave whose success inspired the production Of ''The World At War'', with readings by Ralph Richardson, Emlyn Williams and More.


VIDEOS:

Devastation of Verdun town 191603

French Aircraft Takeoff WWI

French Artillery Barrage Verdun 19161021

French Artillery Shell Transportation To Verdun 1916 Summer

French Attack Verdun 19161024

French Counterattack Verdun 191604

French Counterattack Verdun 19161019

French Defend Verdun 191603

French Expand Verdun's 'La Voie Sacrée' 191603

French Field Hospital Verdun 1916

French Fight Mud Verdun 1916 #1

French Fight Mud Verdun 1916 #2

French Gen. Joffre

French Gun Transport Verdun 191610

French Heavy Gun Manufacture WWI #1

French Heavy Gun Manufacture WWI #2

French Life On Verdun Battlefield 1916

French Manuevers Verdun 1916

French Oppose German Advance Verdun 19160221

French Prepare Defenses Around Verdun 191602

French Rail Guns & Artillery Barrage Verdun 1916

French Rail Guns Verdun 1916

French Reinforcements Sent To Verdun 191603

French Retake Fort Douaumont 191610

French Soldier's Faces Verdun 1916 Summer

French Trenches Bombarded Verdun 191602

French Trenches Protecting Verdun 191603

French Troop Trucks WWI

French Troops Before Verdun Assault 19161021

French Troops Live In Mud Verdun 1916

French Troops March Through Verdun Ruins 191605

French Troops March Verdun 191605

French Troops Move To Verdun 1916 Summer

French Withdraw From Verdun Positions 191602

French Women War Workers WWI

French Wounded Verdun & Paris 1916

French Wounded Verdun 1916 #1

French Wounded Verdun 1916 #2

French WWI Aces Engaged Over Verdun WWI

French WWI Artillery Firing 1916

Gen. Petain Verdun 191604

German Attack Verdun 191603

German Crown Prince Visits Verdun 191603

German Flamethrower Attack Bois des Caures Verdun 19160221

German Machine Gunners Attack Verdun 191603

German Supply Trains December 1915

German Trench Outside Verdun 191512

German Troops March Toward Verdun 191602

German Troops Surrender Verdun 191610

German Troops Transported To Verdun 191602

German WWI Artillery Barrage 1916

German WWI Artillery Firing 1916

Germans Advance Using Flame Throwers 19160221

Germans Attack Verdun 191602

Germans Attack Verdun Under Fire 191605

Germans Build Rail Lines To Verdun 191602

Germans Commence 1st Use Of Flame Throwers Verdun 191602

Germans Commence 1st Use Of Phosgene Gas Verdun 19160513

Germans Seize Fort Douaumont 19160225

Hermann Goering Flew Over Verdun WWI

HQ deals with Verdun Intelligence 191603

Lafayette Escadrille 1st Flew Over Verdun 1916

Manfred & Lothar Von Richthofen Flew Over Verdun WWI

Mangin & Poincaré Review Verdun Troops 191610

Oswald Boelke Flew Over Verdun WWI

Spent French Shell Cartridges Verdun 1916

Verdun - ''The Sacred Way'' Supplies 191603

Verdun Dead & Dying 191605

Verdun Devastation

Verdun Refugees 191603

Verdun Slaughter

World's 1st True Aerial Battle French Balloon Shot Down Verdun 191602 |


PICTURES:

A French soldier hanging in the barbed wire

A French trench after an attack

A trench after an hand-to-hand combat

Aerial view of a gas attack

Aerial view of Fort Douaumont in November 1916

After the battle 191603

BaronVonRichthofenInProfile

BrunoLoerzerAnthonyFokkerHermannGoering

Crown Prince Meets Troops Verdun 191603

Crown Prince Wilhelm & father the Kaiser visit to the front in 1916

Dead bodies after the battle

Devastated Verdun after the bombardments of 1916 a

Devastated Verdun after the bombardments of 1916 b

Devastated Verdun after the bombardments of 1916 c

ErnstUdetWWI

FieldMarshalVonHindenburg

First Aid post inside Fort Vaux during the attack

Fort Douaumont in 1915 before Battle of Verdun

Fort Souville at the end of 1916

Fort Vaux after the withdrawel of the Germans

FortDouaumontAfterVerdunBombardment

FortDouaumontBeforeVerdunBombardment

French attack on the German lines during the Battle of Verdun

French attack on the Thiaumont-fortification

French attackers struggling with barbed wire

French Col. Driant Created Croix de Guerre Cmdr Bois des Caures Verdun 19160221

French defenders in a trench in the village of Vaux

French Gen. Charles ''The Butcher'' Mangin, Commander Verdun 191604

French prisoners of war are deported

French prisoners of war waiting for deportation

French troops detraining on their way to the Verdun front

French troops on the crest of Côte 304

French120MMGuns1917

French50MMGunLoadedWithAirMineWWI

FrenchAAGunThatShotDownAZeppelin1917

FrenchAceCpt.GeorgesGuynemer53VictoriesWWI

FrenchAceCpt.GeorgesGuynemerStartsPlane

FrenchAceCpt.GeorgesGuynemerWithHisCapturedSpandauMGs

FrenchAceLt.CharlesNungesser45Victories

FrenchAnti-BarbedWireGun1916Verdun

FrenchArtilleryShellsVerdun1916

FrenchBalloonLaunch1916

FrenchCasematesNearFortVaux1916

FrenchDressingStationOuterTrenchDouaumont1915

FrenchGeneralNivelle

FrenchGeneralNivelleFrenchCinC1917

FrenchGeneralPetain

FrenchGraveyardVerdun1916

FrenchHeavyGunWWI

FrenchReservesHeadToVerdun1915

FrenchWingedShellTrenchGunWWI

Ft. Douaumont's 155mm gun turret

Ft. Douaumont's 75mm turret

Gen. Petain Shakes Soldier's Hands Verdun 191604

German attack on Le Mort-Homme

German attack on the village of Vaux

German Crown Prince's Dugout Le Mort-Homme after the war

German flame-thrower attack

German preparations before the battle

German prisoners of war captured in November

German soldiers waiting in their 'stollen'

German troops marching to the frontline 191602

German troops on their way to the frontline

GermanAceHauptmannOswaldBoelke40VictoriesWWI

GermanAceRittmeisterManfredVonRichthofen80VictoriesWWI

GermanCrownPrinceRupprechtOfBavaria

GermanFirstQuatermasterGeneralErichLudendorff

GermanGen.ErichVonFalkenhaynPlannedVerdunOffensive

GermanGeneralErichVonFalkenhayn

GermanGeneralLudendorff

GermanHeavyGunWWI

GermanHowitzerMadeInEssenWWI

GermanLightHowitzer(Left)&GermanSiegeHowitzer(Right)

GermanTrenchMortarWWI

GermanWWI5.9''Howitzer

HauptmannOswaldBoelkeGermanAce40VictoriesWWI

Hindenburg, Kaiser Wilhelm and Ludendorff in Stenay

In the moat of Fort Vaux

Major Raynal after his capture together with his aide-de-camp

Map giving the progress of the German attack from 21 - 25 February

Map of the Left Bank of the Meuse

Map of the the right bank of the Meuse

MarshalJoffreInFullUniform1916

MassInsideAFortDouaumontVault1916

Men and horses wearing gasmasks during the gas attacks

rbaron

RussiansArriveInMarseillesHeadedForVerdun160420

ShelledBuildingsVerdun1915

The Battle of Bois des Caures

The battlefield - Fort Vaux in the background

The battlefield between 26 February and 12 July 1916

The battlefield in front of Fort Douaumont

The French troops in 1914 in their original red trousers

The inside of Fort Douaumont just after it's recapture

The town of Verdun in 1915 before the Battle started

Verdun Dead

Verdun Death

Village Forges just after the war

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The Battle Of Verdun (French: Bataille De Verdun; German: Schlacht Um Verdun) was fought from February 21, 1916 to December 18, 1916 on the Western Front in France. The battle was the longest of the First World War and took place on the hills north of Verdun-sur-Meuse. Using the experience of the Second Battle of Champagne in 1915, the Germans planned to capture the Meuse Heights, an excellent defensive position with good observation for artillery-fire on Verdun. The Germans hoped that the French would commit their strategic reserve to recapture the position and suffer catastrophic losses at little cost to the Germans. By March 6, 20 1/2 French divisions were in the RFV and a more extensive defence in depth had been constructed. Philippe Petain ordered no retreat and that German attacks were to be counter-attacked, despite this exposing French infantry to German artillery-fire. By March 29, French guns on the west bank had begun a constant bombardment of Germans on the east bank, causing many infantry casualties. The German offensive was extended to the left (west) bank of the Meuse, to gain observation and eliminate the French artillery firing over the river but the attacks failed to reach their objectives. After ten months of fighting, 543,000 French and 434,000 German soldiers were killed, virtually 1 million dead on both sides in less than a year, at merely the midpoint of the terribly bloody First World War.