GERMANY IN RUINS

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Subjects:

  • War

Genres:

  • Amateur

People/organisations:

  • Colonel Arthur E Irvine and Richard Irvine Collection

Decade:

  • 1940s

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Title: GERMANY IN RUINS

Reference number: 8325

Date: 1946c

Director: [filmed by Richard H.S. Irvine]

Sound: silent

Original format: std. 8mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: Non-Fiction

Running time: 5.15 mins

Description: Amateur footage of ruined buildings in Munster and Hamburg in Germany after the end of World War II.

Shotlist: [shot-listed from VHS - manual control track]

pan across large military / barracks building - shot of ruins of buildings - tracking shots through Munster in Germany, most buildings destroyed, some facades left standing - shots of ruined railway station - gvs of ruined buildings, man working on wall, mounds of rubble and bricks, burnt-out car, charred beams and twisted girders and pipes - int shots in ruined houses, church spire visible over roofs (3.03) tracking shots from train carriage, burnt-out carriages visible at track side - gvs of river and rowing boats at Hamburg - gvs of people on streets of Hamburg - gvs of Bismarck Monument near Hamburg - gvs of ruined buildings and rubble in Hamburg, mobile crane, local people walking past - gvs of ruined warehouses at docks - brief shot of young boy on beach (5.15)