Sink the Bismarck! is a 1960 British war film, shot in glorious black and white, based on the book Last Nine Days of the Bismarck by C. S. Forester. The story is told in no nonsense semi-documentary style. Sink the Bismarck! is, up...read more
The 21.Infanterie division Eastern Front Living History Group, a non-profit living history society located in the UK. We are a collection of WWII historians and German vehicle enthusiasts that endeavor to keep the memories, sights, sounds, and smells of the late war 1944-1945 period alive....read more
As many followers have said, this is without a doubt an amazing film! See the film and travel with him in this tense action packed WW2 footage from the German front lines. Every aspect is all covered, and really has an amazing attention to detail! They cannot wait to watch!
Maybe you hadn't heard about this war movie before. This a Romanian drama movie set at the end of World War II. His original title is "Portile albastre ale orasului". It was directed by Mircea Muresan, written by Marin Preda, and starred by Romeo Pop, Costel Constantin, Dan Nutu, among other...read more
Action, action and more action! This short film is set during the Courland Pocket (Latvia), and starts on 23rd October 1944. A young soldier named Karl Franke is shipped in the bowl of Courland and has to prove himself in his first mission. The movie is in German, but has subtitles in English...read more
"Atlantic Wall" is a new war movie set during World War II, which will be starred by Bradley Cooper. At this moment, the Black List WWII drama film is in development. This project will be set for a 2018 release and it's planned to shoot on location in Normandy, as...read more
War was not yet over, and that was the reason what it was still necessary making patriotic films with propagandistic value. This was the case of the film "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" (1944), which was based on the true story of the Doolittle Raid, America's first retaliatory air strike against...read more
Tali-Ihantala 1944 is a Finnish war film based on the Battle of Tali-Ihantala. The film was turned to be as real as possible, and only include facts. Åke Lindman, his Director, wanted Finns to remember the sacrifices the soldiers made in those battles.
They used the only working tiger tank in the world, pulled it out of the museum just for this movie. They had the real tanks for 95% of the scenes, and built replicas specifically for when the tanks explode or get knocked out on screen. They made a replica Tiger and replica Shermans to destroy...read more