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In Die Deutsche Wochenschau Nr. 687, Harry Giese pronounced it like this German male here, https://forvo.com/word/gysae/#de
However, in Die Deutsche Wochenschau Nr. 693, another voice-over person pronounced the "y" like in the German word "Typ" or the Danish word "hygge", and the "G" was like the French (and sometimes German?) "g".
Why the difference? Regional?