At vinde krigen

Synopsis: About the fall of Germany's military forces during WWII, and Denmark's complicated position in the strategy of the Allies.
Genre: Documentary
Year:
1970
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This is 2-5. Sitrep coming.

Continuing ahead, single file

2000 south, Adam Khan Kalay.

Everything is calm in the area. Over.

6-0, this is 2-5 Dolly.

Dolly, over.

2-5, this is 6-0. You are Dolly.

You are Dolly. Copy, out.

He's up here.

Get a logstat on 3-5.

3-5, this is 6-0, over.

2-5, 2-5, this is 6-0. Over.

2-5, this is 6-0.

F*ck!

Anders is hit!

We need a medic here!

Medic, now! Come on!

Can you see him?

Anders has been hit.

He's behind there.

What is it?

That was a 9-0.

9-0 about what?

Contact IED.

9-0, 9-0, 6-0.

Who knows something? Over.

Anders? Anders, Anders ...

Jones! Come here, tighten this.

Lasse, if you can,

just put something in there

to stop the bleeding, okay?

Some gauze or bandages.

Got it, got it.

6-0, this is 2-5.

Ready for a partial 9-liner. Over.

1410. Over.

3814.

6-0, copy that. Out.

381410.

Here.

Anders Holm. GV1, 2. batallion.

I need a status on him right now.

6-0, status from Papa. We need a

complete 9-liner and a sitrep.

Medevac ETA 15.

He's not breathing.

Very weak breathing.

When is that medevac coming?

Come on, Anders.

Let's go. Not too high.

That's right.

Keep his mouth open.

I can't feel anything here.

F*ck, man!

Lasse, calm down.

Come on, Anders!

Five! That's fucking ...

Where is that fucking helicopter?

Lasse, calm down.

Let's go, let's go.

He has no pulse in his wrist.

Double amputation.

Charlie is severely critical.

Okay, he's bleeding out now.

Come on!

... 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30.

He isn't breathing,

and we can't find the pulse in his neck.

He's gone.

He's totally gone?

We have ended CPR. We ...

We'll spend the time

on readying for transport. Out.

6-0, copy that.

Are you alright?

I need you to stay focused. Okay?

As you probably know, Anders was

declared DOA at Bastion.

How are the guys feeling?

They're awful.

Especially my second rifleman, Lasse.

What about you?

None of the guys feel good.

We feel like walking targets.

The guys are powerless.

They can't do anything. The guys don't

see the purpose of patrolling ...

Hold on a sec.

Let's see this from their perspective.

The guys just lost a friend.

They're frustrated.

I'm just saying

the assignments make no sense.

I've just lost one of my 21-year-olds,

who bled out right in front of me.

THAT makes no sense!

Of course it doesn't.

Go take care of the guys.

What are your thoughts on this?

It's been a tough day.

They need to let off some steam.

We need to take care of this.

I will patrol with them tomorrow and onwards.

Gather the guys at 20.30.

I'll brief them myself.

Do any of you have any doubts

about why you are here?

It's to secure and help the civil population,

so they can have a decent life

and rebuild their land.

I know you walk on patrol a lot,

and that you use a lot of energy.

But that's because we have momentum.

We're getting the civilians on our side.

That's why it's so important

that we show our presence in the area.

Where is he?

Where is Julius?

He's gone outside to play.

We just have to talk to Birgitte now.

Hi, Maria.

Thanks for stopping by.

Julius has been in a fight

with one of the other boys today.

Was it serious?

Yes, he wouldn't calm down and

he bit the other boy in the shoulder.

Now, you yourself suggested that

we should have a talk,

you, me, and his head teacher.

Yes, of course, let's do that soon.

On Friday, I'll be off at 3.

I could be here around 3.30.

I'll just have a look in my calendar.

Just a moment, please.

Julius bit ...

Julius bit a boy.

Yes, he did, sweetie.

You can't do that.

When are we going home?

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