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Cameramen at War (1943)

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This short showcases the work of the cameramen who filmed the battles of WWI and early WWII. We also get to see the faces of many of the men who took the pictures. This includes director '... See full summary »

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This short showcases the work of the cameramen who filmed the battles of WWI and early WWII. We also get to see the faces of many of the men who took the pictures. This includes director 'D.W. Griffith', who shot newsreels in the trenches of WWI. Written by David Glagovsky <dglagovsky@prodigy.net>

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Forgotten Men
30 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This short showcases the work of the cameramen who filmed the battles of World War I and early World War II. We also get to see the faces of many of the men who took the pictures. This includes legendary director D. W. Griffith, who shot newsreels in the trenches of WWI.

Of course, no one in war faces more danger than the soldiers who are on the front lines fighting. Millions of men whose names are not remembered have passed on, left to die on a field in a foreign land.

But there is also the field reporter, who must go to the most dangerous places, often without a gun or any sort of armor. These are not heroes in any traditional sense, but still brave men. They ought to be honored as veterans of a sort, too.


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