A day in Germany 1945 during World War II in color [60fps, Remastered] w/added sound



Spectacular footage of Germany April 1945 during WW-II like you have never seen it before! This film footage is very rare. It is of extremely high quality,

Video Enhancement Process:
✔ FPS boosted to 60 frames per second
✔ Image boosted up
✔ Improved video sharpness and brightness
✔restoration:(stabilisation,denoise,cleand,deblur)
✔ Colorized only for the ambiance (not historically accurate)
✔added sound only for the ambiance (do not represent real historical data)

Please, be aware that colorization colors are not real and fake, colorization was made only for the ambiance and do not represent real historical data.

B&W Video Source from: Douglas Hackney
B&W Video Provenance: Several high definition film transfers from National Archives and Records Administration were obtained by Douglas Hackney as part of his family history reseach on his grandfather, Zane L. Strickland, who appears in one of the Nordhausen films carrying a stretcher with a liberated prisoner. Mr. Hackney donated HD copies of the WWII materials to USHMM in November 2016.

Credit: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Douglas Hackney in memory of Zane L. Strickland

B&W Video Source:

Rights: To the best of the Museum’s knowledge, this material is in the public domain.

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32 comments

  1. Everyone who grew up in these times would absolutely marvel to see the world they have only been able to see in Low Definition black and white. It needs to be shown to all the older generations who grew up in these times who only have faint memories, especially with their faded memories from old age and minds that can't recall their memories like they desire to and use to.

  2. Немцы довольные! Войне конец! В плену у американцев!!!!

  3. Пусть кто-то попробует повторить. И вы узнаете кто такие Русские. Если ещё не поняли.

  4. Really feeling great to see Germany in 1945…But war is not good for any country…Germany was at that time, was a beautiful country

    Love ❤ from Pakistan

  5. 2:09 по 3:13А коммунисты пинками и криками: -УРА за Сталина, за родину! Погнали бы солдат в атаку под пули.

  6. It's a sad frame this single image: 2:35. Millions had fallen into the same oblivious in those years. Extraordinary footage, by the way.

  7. Your country's life was a kind of a beggar state for the inflict caused by American and Soviet. How can you cherish a defeat of your country? Heads up and understand that for few countries you cannot rely on anymore( a clever can understand which country i am referring to here).. either you have to be back where you were in 1938 or waken up the government who got buried in 1945 and was blamed for everything.

  8. Мұнда не болып жатыр??? Қазекеңдер жокпа осыны түсіндіретын????

  9. Поражает немецкая педантичность, город после боевых действий, но улицы подметены и чисты от разрушенных домов

  10. Качество Хамелеон.
    От жёлтого до синего. Никакого отношения к цветному.
    Соотношение сторон в оригинале разве было 16:9 ?

    Полно псевдомусора, где разукрасили на автомате, сделали стабилизацию на автомате, и так же на автомате дорисовал кадры.
    Перевод в стиле "промт" – потрачено.

  11. Are the sounds original? As far as I know, there was no sound in the video recordings in those years.

  12. England done a lot of damage over there , but look where we are now , we can't even stop a load of inflatable dinghys coming to our shores !

  13. Despite it being the war, how good is it to see people cross the road without entitlement attitudes. Kudos to the film makers.

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