German WW2 War Film with Waffen-SS (Schutzstaffel) + Wehrmacht 1944 - Film Trailer - 5K HD
http://www.idp-film.com/ - See also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_U7Fg52W9E Filmed in 5K S-UHD. film over 1hr 30mins with focus on Waffen-SS (Schutzstaffel) + Wehrmacht Troops fighting against US & British forces behind German Front line During the last few months of World War 2 the Allies pushed towards Germany. The Waffen SS often fought along side other German Regiments the fighting was often bitter and with now limited equipment and ammo - regiments were being daily reduced in size. Towards the end The Hitler Youth defended Berlin. The Seigfried Line , where the film is depicted, ( Schlacht im Hürtgenwald) as well as the ' Hürtgen Forest ' were such places where these Germans' Forces fought hard together. The Film portrays this well and gives a " daily account " in the eyes of a young German solider. The Hürtgen forest (also: Huertgen Forest; German: Hürtgenwald) is located along the border between Belgium and Germany in the southwest corner of the German federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Scarcely 50 square miles (130 km2) in area, the forest lies within a triangle outlined by the German towns of Aachen, Monschau, and Düren. The Rur River runs along the eastern edge of the forest. The Hürtgen Forest lies at the northern edge of the Eifel mountains; its terrain is characterized by plunging valleys that carve through broad plateaus. Unlike many areas of Germany in which the valleys are farmed and hilltops are wooded, the Hürtgen Forest's deep valleys are thickly wooded and the hilltop plateaus have been cleared for agriculture. The forest's rough terrain starkly contrasts with that of the adjoining Rhine Valley. Roads in the forest are few, winding, and narrow. The rugged terrain of this area was the scene of a long, bloody, drawn-out battle during World War II, often referred to as the Battle of Hürtgen Forest, which took place over three months during a very cold winter from 19 September 1944 to 10 February 1945. Along a road that rises from the Kall River Valley to the town of Schmidt, there is still a length of tank track that melted into the road after a U.S. armored vehicle was hit and burned there. This film trailer is only shown on Youtube - it is not broadcast on any other media/TV channel - this trailer is none profit making and is only intended to show what we can achieve in the final film which is being filmed from April 2016 - "Fallen Eagle" WW2 film All Film on this web site is © copyright protected by IDP-Film.com NO REPRODUCTION is allowed of any film we show on YouTube or our website or any other Website Worldwide by either: electronic downloading or coping in any means what so ever mechanically or electronically, without written consent from IDP-Film.com No broadcast or public broadcast in any form of media: television, computer, large screen projectors or electronic screen devices is permitted without our written permission at IDP-Film.com. This web site is intended to show what type of work we can produce, under strict safety conditions and only if it is safe to do so. IDP-Film.com are fully insured £10M Worldwide cover and CAA Aerial Drone Certified & Approved & Insured - CAA No: 607 www.IDP-Film.com © 2008 ( updated December 2016 ) .