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Luftwaffe Air Combat School gun camera footage

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Luftwaffe Air Combat School gun camera footage

Postby Pronghorn on 02 May 2004 05:00

Hey:

I'm looking for the CLEAREST version of the WWII Luftwaffe Air Combat School gun camera footage - 1944. (And others)

The VHS tape that I have is fairly excellent and is from http://www.planestuff.com

Description:

"WWII Luftwaffe Air Combat School gun camera footage - 1944 Original German WWII Luftwaffe gun camera footage assembled by the Luftwaffe Air Combat School in 1944.
Transferred from WWII German 16mm film onto quality VHS format. This footage is believed to be unavailable from normal archive sources. 36 minutes of unrestored, silent black and white film dramatically showing attacks and destruction/shootdowns of American, British, and Russian bombers and fighters. See dramatic attacks on B-17 and B-24 bombers and formations during 8th Air Force daylight raids over Germany."

Are there VERY CLEAR versions on DVD?

Are other films available?

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