Monday, November 06, 2006
Danish film company Nordisk Film, is the world's oldest film Company still in business, and today celebrates it's 100'th birthday.
Founded by Ole Olsen who began his carear showing "flicks" at village fairs, it was the company where Carl Th. Dreyer created his masterpieces of the early cinema.
Photographed some time after WWII ended
Just below the gun-mantlet you can make out the letter "G" which is sometimes seen painted on the front of German tanks, the reason for this is still a bit of a mystery but one explanation has been that it marked the addition of glükol to the vehicle's fuel to prevent freezing during winter.
Not my people
Not my war