GERMAN NEWSREEL EXCERPTS - National Archives and Records Administration 1944 - ARC 43553, LI 242.279 - DVD Copied by Nick Stoller. Series: Motion Picture Films Confiscated From Foreign Countries And Sources, compiled 1940 - 1944. Reel 1, Part 1, German women ride horses trained in cavalry units. Part 2, Nazi-officered Slovakian cadets hear a presidential speech in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, and salute with sabers. Part 3, Croatian officers, trained in Germany, detrain in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, review troops, hear a speech, and parade with Chief of State Ante Pavelic. Part 4, bombed-out residents of Lisieux, France, huddle in cellars as rescue workers search through ruins. Part 5, German truck and bicycle patrols in the Cherbourg sector are issued newspapers. Allied planes attack a German motor column; one is shot down. Alone in a ruined church, a German soldier plays an organ. Reel 2, action in the Caen sector, France. German troops in foxholes eat, play with pets, and receive mail. Infantry and tanks, supported by artillery and rockets, destroy Allied armor. A German tank crew is decorated. German infantry, tanks, and armored cars enter a town.