Tank Files: The NI Tank of Odessa, A Soviet Bob Semple

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Earth ( Земля) Soviet Film Written and Directed by Alexander Petrovich Dovzhenko (Олександр Петрович Довженко) 1930. Uploaded on YouTube by All soviet movies on RVISION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-E57eyjoao
Try saying that five times fast. – fecklessman
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8doiS0k6bYI
The Two Sources I felt I could trust by good authors on this Tank
Soviet Tanks and Combat Vehicles by Steven Zaloga, Arms and Armour Press
Armored tractors. Part 3 by Kolomiets, Maxim Viktorovich
http://armor.kiev.ua/Tanks/WWII/tractor/bronetr3.html?fbclid=IwAR2dtOI6YkcxIqvZ7ac0rxd9EJ7yHMCVv8rKpV80oOo8v6b-YNVi3V_9b6o

If anyone speaks Russian and would be willing to translate the page, send me a message. The auto translation is rough and I’d love to read a version that’s not butchered and put it up somewhere the english speaking internet can find it.

This video has been super rough to get through, finding reliable information was difficult resulting in about three total script rewrites with many more partials trying to find a good balance between reliable information (which because there is so little meant a very broadly defined video) and good details (that are iffy on weather or not they are true) and it was a nightmare. After that the issue of footage became a problem. Luckily,
Will Kerrs (Channel Link and video Link below) uploaded all NI footage that could be found which saved me some time but the real challenge came with finding any footage at all of Romanian troops in ww2. I am shocked how little there is. The few bits I could find were maybe 30 seconds in a few German propaganda reels per reel for like 5 reels and most of it is really uninspiring, I have no Idea what I am going to use for the Minor Axis Allies Tank Meme video, because there is literally nothing out there and it was maddening. Then I decided to do that Histories Mysteries intro, that I’m super proud of, but it was really really hard and time consuming to do. I’m a better editor as a result, but it took more days and restarts than I would like to admit. There were also a lot of facecam reshoots as I would rewrite the script. The bits that made the video were probably the third and a few times fourth time I had filmed those segments. I thought because it’s a tank with a short story, it wouldn’t be too difficult but boy was I wrong. This was tough. Anyways, I heard that tags on youtube don’t do much anymore and the best way to keyword your videos is to do it in the description. So feel free to skip this bit. Tank files, Germany Could Not Win WW2, Bob Semple, Barbarossa Series, Meme Tanks, Eastern front, Siege of Odessa. IDK if that helps any but I guess we will see. Thank you for watching the video and if you’re one of the five people that bothers to read the description, thank you for reading it. Hope to have a few more vids out before the end of the month and finally be on a normal schedule. 2019 had been kind of rough for me, and I’m working on making 2020 a lot better. Have a good holiday season (Reeee no merry christmas!!!!!) and I’ll see you soon.

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