DC Verdict the Fallen 3of5 Loos 1915 The Covert War XviD AC

Conclusion the Fallen

War Documentary hosted by Julian Richings, published by Recognition Conduct in 2005 - English narration


At the end of the Significant War, nearly two million soldiers were missing, presumed deathlike. Almost 90 years later, the bloody battlegrounds of France and Belgium are surrendering their secrets. the farmlands lie the unresearched and the unclaimed deathlike... This series follows the dedicated duo of archaeologists, forensic experts and historians known as No Man's Go Down as they hunt for to chance, get and recognize empathize with the fallen of the Significant War. Each occurrence in this intact five-have Recognition Conduct series focuses in transfixing element on one archaeological dig at the location of a distinct relevant combat of the Significant War.

From the Belgian metropolis of Ypres — where the duo contrive averment of the very first trenches of the antagonism — to the awful German fortress at Serre in Northern France, unite the fascinating search using the latest battlefield archaeology and forensic techniques to get and holding together the personality of those departed in the maelstrom of a covet ago war. Other battlefields visited are Loos, the location of a hellish secret combat in 1915, Beaumont Hamel on the Somme and Passchendaele, where in 1917 the battlefield was transformed into a mammoth sea of convertible mud that swallowed up so many lives... A duo of archaeologists, historians and forensic experts is working to recognize empathize with unresearched soldiers and for all conditions lay them to recess. Conclusion The Fallen is a documentary series that follows the effort of this duo as they hit hard through conditions and across the battlefields of France and Belgium, releasing the fallen and their stories of dauntlessness and renounce from the mud of the First Happy War battles in which they fought and died.

3) Loos 1915 - the Secret War
Tunnels and craters in the sentiment of a French coalfield cover up horrors from the First Happy War. More than 50,000 British soldiers were killed or wounded here in a hellish combat that moved secret. Our duo of archaeologists, historians, and forensic experts is here to gouge out the lip of a thumping crater that was created by a ginormous secret welling up. They contrive a foregather urgent and, within the obsequies location, clues to one of the fallen soldiers, a German from Bavaria. A classic habit button, a organize slues on an epaulette, and a postcard favourable a music rules, present to the personality of this soldier: a talented violinist named Leopold Rotharmel turned warrior in the German element that would later be called the Stir Troopers.

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Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG — 4
Video Bitrate: 2081 kbps
Video Obstinacy: 704x464
Video Element Proportion: 1.517:1
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Bitrate: 256kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: english
RunTime Per Have: 46:47.520
Slues Of Parts: 5
Have Bigness: 785 MB
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