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I just can't recognize the march they play on the parade as they march by Hitler (Augen Rechts, from 1:55); I know the marches are not music of the Reich as most of them were composed earlier, but can anyone help me here?
Does anyone know the name of the march played at the very beginning of this video? http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x619fy ... rch_algo=2
You can hear it again at 2'05''.
Note that the same march is also on the Documentary Series CD "Die Jugend marschiert - Teil 1", without any mention of the title though.
Thank you very much in advance
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I've attached a clip, taken from Deutsche Wochenschau No 566, which covered the German entry into Riga in 1941. At about one minute into the clip, a march begins in the background, which runs through to the end of the piece. Does anyone out there know what it is called? I've been trying to track it down for years! It was also used as a sound-track item in the first episode of the 1970s World at War series, when Hitler appears at the Bückeburg rally. Thanks in advance for any clues you can provide!
would you please help me identify a couple of soundtracks on this soundtrack: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMbKJq6bbDo
3:38 - 4:05
6:40 - 7:45
Both of them are used quite often in the Wochenschau, this video is used only as an example.
The first soundtrack usually goes together with news about takeovers of cities, the second accompanies massive assaults.