The Luftwaffe in the Polish Campaign 1939 WWII DVD contains a German film that covers the Luftwaffe's role Polish campaign in 1939, showing its Dornier, Junkers, Heinkel, and Mescherschmidt aircraft as well as three USAAF recruiting and newsreel films from 1939-1940.
Film #1 - Army Aces ABCs 1935 - Pilots of the 95th Pursuit Squadron being schooled in formation flying. P-12s form the letters "USA" over land and water, parachute demonstration. Run-time of 8 minutes in B&W.
Film #2 - Luftwaffe in Polish Campaign 1939 - German propaganda film. Dornier DO-17s, JU-88s, JU-88Es, JU-87 Stukas, JU-52s, HE-45Cs, FI-156s, ME-109s, Polish built Spads, Breguet XIXs, aerial of Polish cities and countryside showing bomb damage and smoke rising over Warsaw during the siege. JU-83 in flight. Run-time of 51 minutes in B&W.
Film #3 - Army Air Forces Newsreels 1940 - Scenes of aerobatics, military aircraft in flight, cadets training and graduating, aircraft being constructed and flight tested, an eclipse of the sun, a military funeral, paratroop training, General Richardson presenting diplomas, a B-17 mercy flight, and President Roosevelt speaking. Run-time of 52 minutes in B&W.
Film #4 - Attention Young Men - US AAF recruiting trailer. Run-time of 1 minutes in B&W.
Total run time for The Luftwaffe in the Polish Campaign 1939 WWII DVD is about 1 hour, 52 minutes in B&W. Format is NTSC DVD.