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  1. Leni Riefenstahl was quite a gal. Talented in many areas as well as sports. She was a pig part of Hitler's propaganda movie machine. I have a couple of 16mm reels that I believe were part of her films. But I don't know which films they were from. Haven't dug that deep yet, they are still in storage. In this clip from 'Triumph des Willens' aka 'Triumph of the Will' 1935 by Leni Riefenstahl, Hitler arrives by plane to a triumphant greeting from the people of Germany. Hitler Arrives in Nuremberg 1934 Leni Riefenstahl : D.D.Teoli Jr. A.C. : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive When you look around Nuremberg, think back how 95% of it was destroyed a few years later in WW2. Also notice some of the unique camera angles, the use of the plane shadow and close ups of people's faces that Riefenstahl used. I will cut up some more clips from the film when I get time.
  2. DDTJRAC Advertising Archive Here is an ad from Woman's Day Magazine in 1946. Even after WWII ended, they were still rationing food. I like this type of material for the Archive. It covers two areas for the price on one...it fits the Advertising Collection and the WWII Rationing Collection. WWII rationing is a fascinating area to study. It was hard to piece the puzzle back together as a lot of the people in the know are dead and no one to ask. So many things were unavailable back then. Let's say you were a writer. If you wanted a typewriter you got on a list for one, you couldn't just go out and buy one. Typewriter companies retooled to build war equipment. The gov even asked for used typewriters to be donated to the war effort. Really, it was pretty complex learning the rationing rules. And the rules constantly changed. They also had ration token for making change for coupons. These tokens belonged to Sylvia Schneider from NYC. They were in a little purse she had that I acquired off eBay. After she died, the pickers got ahold of it for recycling. GD...the pickers will sell anything! Even dirty, empty bottles of old lens cleaning fluid! The troublesome area of the puzzle to put together was to find out what the tanks, planes, artillery and ship coupons were used for. Eventually I found out the answer to my puzzle. They announced what these stamps would be used for in the newspaper or on the radio for various short term uses. I have a press photo of one of the weekly announcements, but have not got it scanned as yet. It is buried in the storage locker for now. <><><><> Memes Archive Part of the Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Popular Culture Archive
  3. We continue to restore the old movie cameras of the Second World War and shoot videos reminiscent of newsreels of the 1940s on them. We use the American Bell & Howell Eyemo cameras and the German hand crank camera Askania 1930s. We shoot 35 mm black-and-white Russian film Tasma and German AFFA aerial photograph. Soon we will repair the Arriflex 35 camera of the Third Reich and remove its historical reconstruction WWII. Watch our "military" video review
  4. What filmed the WW II? German Arriflex 35 movie camera VS Soviet camera Eyemo copy KC-50 - review Germany against USSR and USA in WW2... On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Victory, we restored two military movie cameras - the German Arriflex 35 and the Soviet KC-50 - a copy of the USA 35 mm Bell & Howell Eyemo movie camera. In the review of the "Panorama Camera" we will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of our and enemy cinema equipment, and recall the Soviet front-line cameramen and their feat. English subtitle included.
  5. "The Captain" - 2017 (German: Der Hauptmann) Directed by Robert Schwentke. Shot by Florian Ballhaus, son of Michael Ballhaus. ... Great (end of) war movie. Tense, ironic, a lot of WTF's... (pardon my language) Even based on a real story! :) ... "SCHNELL-GERICHT HEROLD" = "QUICK-JUSTICE HEROLD" 🙂 - You'll get it when you watch it. And keep watching it while the credits roll :)
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