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"5 June" is a 1942 German war film directed by Fritz Kirchhoff and starring Carl Raddatz, Joachim Brennecke and Karl Ludwig Diehl. The film depicts the events of 1940 when German forces successfully invaded France. It was shot on location in France and Germany. Constant changes to the film, often at the request of the German military, led to large cost overruns. In November 1942 the film was banned by the Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda Joseph Goebbels for unspecified reasons. It has been speculated that Goebbels thought the film was not entertaining enough or wished to avoid offending the Vichy government of France.
5 June a.k.a. June 5 is the 156th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 209 days remaining until the end of the year.
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Encyclopedia of California (1999)
by Nancy Capace, Somerset Publishers, Incorporated
[Renumbered Section 5 June 8, 1976. See Section 4, below.] [Improper Practices That Affect Elections — Mentally Incompetent, Etc.] SEC. 4. The Legislature shall prohibit improper practices that affect elections and shall provide for the ...
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When the government is handed over to the Iraqi Council on 30 June, many have declared, oh, the Americans must never leave because civil unrest may erupt. Well, I agree, we cannot abruptly depart, but Iraq needs to step up to the plate on 30 June. (Howard Coble)
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