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Le 6 juin à l'aube (1946)

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The film starts by a visit to bucolic Normandy before the events. This peaceful atmosphere is shattered by Operation Overlord, minutely described in the second part of the documentary. The ... See full summary »

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The film starts by a visit to bucolic Normandy before the events. This peaceful atmosphere is shattered by Operation Overlord, minutely described in the second part of the documentary. The landing on D-Day and the ensuing battles and bombings martyr the peaceful area giving the earth thousands of body instead of seeds. In the last part, the dreadful aftermath of the steel storm is shown both with sympathy for the victims and hope for the future, since all these sacrifices, whether military or civilians, have not been in vain. Written by Guy Bellinger

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14 November 1946 (France)  »

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Der 6. Juni, im Morgengrauen  »

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Shot for 27 days in September and October 1944 with cinematographer Louis Page, then in July and August 1945. See more »

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