This is an excellent film. It only touches a little on The invasion of Normandy, and the German invasion, with most of the film depicting the passage of "Stevens' Irregulars" through the war as motion picture correspondents. Highlights of the film include rare color footage of the worlds largest underground factory at Nordhausen, which was used to build V1 and V2 rockets as well as the Messershmitt 262. At this time in the film, the narrator incorrectly identifies a Messershmitt 262A as a Messershmitt 216 which, to my understanding, does not exist. It concludes in Berlin with footage of the segregation of the Allies and Russian forces, which of course fueled the beginning of the Cold War.
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