The West German Bundeswehr was disappointed itself from the newly resurgent Deutchen SoldatenKalendar - the neo-militaristic army-type publication put out by the publishing house of which Helmut Damerau is a director.
SV.Pan From German Naval Flag to Mr. DAMERAU the Editor, of the German Calendar. He takes book from shelf and goes to desk and lifts telephone receiver.
CU. Damerau talking into phone.
SV. He replaces receiver.
SCU. Mr. Demerau's hand opening Calendar. The picture is of Admiral of the German Fleet. Dr. H.C. ERICH RAEDER.
SCU. Portraits of General Guderian.
CU. Mr. Damerau looking through calendar.
CU. German General CARL HILPERT.
SCU. Two pages of German flags and Standards of various Units.
SCU. Two pages of Historical encounters of German Military Leaders.
CU. Picture of General DIETL (LEFT) talking to Baron MANNERHEIM from FINLAND.
SCU. Two pages of encounters as above. No.12.
CU. ZAR BORIS of BULGARIA shaking hands with German Colonel at a parade in Sofia.
SCU. Pictures of German Naval submarine.
CU. Admiral Doenitz visiting Naval units in the Mediterranean.
CU. Submarine crew on Conning Tower of submarine.
SCU. Two pages of pictures German Army in 1918 on the Western front.
CU. German tanks June 1918.
SCU. As scene 19.
SCU. Two pages German troops on Eastern front in 2nd World War.
CU. Army Commander handing cigarette to German Soldier.
SCU. Troops in the Russian Campaign.
CU. Estonian Volunteers being decorated.
SCU. U.S.Air Force training Air-craft and other planes.
SCU. Two pages of German Aircraft in flight.
CU. Field Marshal KESSELRING, at the controls of aircraft.
SCU. As scene 26.
SCU. Pictures on German Aircraft, of the 2 World Wars. Picture top left is the present German Training Jet.
CU. Picture of Lt.-General KAMMHUBER seated in plane talking to U.S. Official in America.
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Background: The West German Bundeswehr was disappointed itself from the newly resurgent Deutchen SoldatenKalendar - the neo-militaristic army-type publication put out by the publishing house of which Helmut Damerau is a director.
Our film shows Damerau in his office with as copy of this publication, which is circulated throughout America, Denmark, Finland, Switzerland, and Sweden. It is understood that some of the published 16,000 copies may even be sent to Great Britain.
There have been many complaints, not only from Jewish sources.