Joseph Vilsmaiers dritte Regiearbeit Stalingrad spielt vor dem Hintergrund des Zweiten Weltkriegs und erzählt von der verheerenden Schlacht in Russland. Stalingrad: Drama/Kriegsfilm von Joseph Vilsmaier/Prof. Dr. Günter Rohrbach mit Sebastian Rudolph/Sylvester Groth/Prof. The German made Stalingrad (). Dominique Horwitz - Fritz Reiser Thomas Kretschmann - Hans.
total klassischThe German made Stalingrad (). Dominique Horwitz - Fritz Reiser Thomas Kretschmann - Hans. Stalingrad: Drama/Kriegsfilm von Joseph Vilsmaier/Prof. Dr. Günter Rohrbach mit Sebastian Rudolph/Sylvester Groth/Prof. Joseph Vilsmaiers dritte Regiearbeit Stalingrad spielt vor dem Hintergrund des Zweiten Weltkriegs und erzählt von der verheerenden Schlacht in Russland.
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Irina Martin Benrath General Hentz Sylvester Groth Hauptmann Musk Heinz Emigholz Edgar Ferdinand Schuster Double Edgar Oliver Broumis HGM Dieter Okras Hauptmann Haller Zdenek Vencl Wölk Mark Kuhn Pflüger Thorsten Bolloff Edit Storyline A depiction of the brutal battle of Stalingrad, the Third Reich's 'high water mark', as seen through the eyes of German officer Hans von Witzland and his battalion.
Taglines: Bis zum letzten Mann Till the last man. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Thomas Kretschmann is featured in both Stalingrad and Stalingrad Goofs In the pre-credits it says that the German 6th Army was, at the start of the of battle at Stalingrad, commanded by Generaloberst Colonel General Paulus.
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Edit Details Country: Germany. England would be again bombarded, threat of invasion revived And now! We start under conditions I would never have dared to hope.
Russia has held, Egypt for the present is safe. There is a hope of clearing North Africa of Germans in the near future Russia is scoring wonderful successes in Southern Russia.
At this point, the British had won the Battle of El Alamein in November However, there were only about 50, German soldiers at El Alamein in Egypt, while at Stalingrad , to , Germans had been lost.
Regardless of the strategic implications, there is little doubt about Stalingrad's symbolism. Germany's defeat shattered its reputation for invincibility and dealt a devastating blow to German morale.
On 30 January , the tenth anniversary of his coming to power, Hitler chose not to speak. Joseph Goebbels read the text of his speech for him on the radio.
The speech contained an oblique reference to the battle, which suggested that Germany was now in a defensive war.
The public mood was sullen, depressed, fearful, and war-weary. Germany was looking in the face of defeat. The reverse was the case on the Soviet side.
There was an overwhelming surge in confidence and belief in victory. A common saying was: "You cannot stop an army which has done Stalingrad.
The news of the battle echoed round the world, with many people now believing that Hitler's defeat was inevitable. A ceremonial Sword of Stalingrad was forged by King George VI.
After being put on public display in Britain, this was presented to Stalin by Winston Churchill at the Tehran Conference later in The prestige of Stalin, the Soviet Union, and the worldwide Communist movement was immense, and their political position greatly enhanced.
In recognition of the determination of its defenders, Stalingrad was awarded the title Hero City in A colossal monument called The Motherland Calls was erected in on Mamayev Kurgan, the hill overlooking the city where bones and rusty metal splinters can still be found.
On 2 February Volgograd hosted a military parade and other events to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the final victory.
The events of the Battle for Stalingrad have been covered in numerous media works of British, American, German, and Russian origin,  for its significance as a turning point in the Second World War and for the loss of life associated with the battle.
The term Stalingrad has become almost synonymous with large-scale urban battles with high casualties on both sides.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Major battle of World War II. For the Russian film, see The Battle of Stalingrad film.
For the Russian Civil War battle at the same city, see Battle for Tsaritsyn. Joseph Stalin Georgy Zhukov Nikolay Voronov Aleksandr Vasilevsky Andrey Yeryomenko Konstantin Rokossovsky Nikolai Vatutin Vasily Chuikov Nikita Khrushchev.
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Main article: Axis order of battle at the Battle of Stalingrad. Approaching this place, [Stalingrad], soldiers used to say: " We are entering hell.
See also: Bombing of Stalingrad. Main article: Operation Uranus. German front, 19 November. German front, 12 December. German front, 24 December.
Soviet advance, 19—28 November. Main article: Operation Winter Storm. Main article: Operation Little Saturn.
Main article: Operation Koltso. Main article: Battle of Stalingrad in popular culture. The battle started with the South Western Front. It was later renamed Stalingrad Front, then had the Don Front split off from it.
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They are then arrested by Hauptmann Haller, who has previously clashed with Witzland regarding the treatment of Soviet POWs.
They end up in a penal battalion disarming land mines. Four weeks later, a brutal winter has set in and the Soviets have surrounded the German Sixth Army.
Hauptmann Musk thus reassigns the penal battalion—which includes disgraced fellow officer Otto—to combat duty. Witzland's platoon defends a position from a Soviet tank column, and emerge victorious after a bloody battle.
Hauptman Haller later orders von Witzland and his men to execute some unarmed civilians, much to their reluctance. Witzland, GeGe, and Reiser decide to desert and head towards Pitomnik Airfield in hopes of catching a plane back to Germany, stealing medical tags from some dead bodies along the way to feign being wounded.
By the time they arrive, the last transport leaves without them as the base is shelled by Soviet artillery. They rejoin the others in the shelter, where they find Musk suffering from severe trench foot.
While the men recover a German supply drop, Haller appears and holds them at gunpoint, but is quickly subdued; he accidentally shoots GeGe as he falls, killing him.
Haller then pleads for his life, telling them about the supplies he is hoarding in a nearby house before being executed by Otto.
In the house's cellar they find shelves stocked full of food and liquor, and Irina tied to a bed.
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