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Title Death on the Don 1960, 1960.

Published Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Halalkanyar. English.
Physical description online resource (video file 1:01:50) : Sound, Black and White.
Series The Second World War & the Rise of Fascism
Wars & Revolutions
Socialism on Film
Notes Archive Reference: N-507270.
Credits Contributors: Szabo, Arpad; Muranyi, Eva; Valker, Istvan; Berek, Oszkar.
Production Company: Budapest Filmstúdió.
Performers Sardi, Nandor
Summary A film about Fascist German and Hungarian aggression in the Second World War. [WARNING: includes footage of people being executed]. Includes footage of civilian life in Budapest, and Ribbentrop's visit there. The rise of right-wing, military regimes in Germany and Japan is considered. Hungarian troops are seen bidding farewell as they set off for the Don River front. There is also a church service for them. The Nazi occupation Ukraine is then looked at. Hungarians are seen fighting at Stalingrad. The destruction of the Dnieper Dam is shown, along with Soviet defence, partisans, and scorched earth. There are also pictures of Soviet refugees. The 1943 Battle of Voronezh, enormous Hungarian losses, and a winter retreat conclude the film.
Original Version Reproduction of: Halalkanyar Hungary, 1960. 35mm Comb BW pos.
NOTES The British Film Institute
Notes Description based on online resource (viewed on 17 October, 2017).
Other author Szabo, Arpad, Camera.
Muranyi, Eva, Writer.
Valker, Istvan, Art.
Berek, Oszkar, Camera.
Sardi, Nandor, Narrator.
Budapest Filmstúdió, production company.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm), digitiser.
Subject Wars
Second World War (1939-1945)
Fascism
Nazism
Imperialism
Atrocities
War crimes
Nuremberg War Trials
Army
Military
Occupation of territories
Invasions
Battle of Stalingrad (1942-1943)
Battles
Ruins
Bomb damage
Fire damage
Agriculture and farming
Industry
Hydroelectric power stations
Climate
Death
Civilian deaths
Executions
Refugees
Partisans
Resistance movements
Railways
Transport
Sabotage
Torture
Peace
Protests
Demonstrations
Air raids
Hungary
Germany
Japan
USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)
Leningrad (St Petersburg, Petrograd)
Moscow
Stalingrad (Volgograd)
Yugoslavia
Ribbentrop, Joachim von (1893-1946)
Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945)
Salmuth, Hans von (1888-1962)
Weichs, Maximilian von (1881-1954)
Documentary
1925-1939
1939-1945
Internet videos.
Nonfiction films.
Variant Title Socialism on film : the Cold War and international propaganda, 1917-1989 1936-1985