Feldzug in Polen (Campaign in Poland) is a 1940 NAZI war propaganda documentary about the invasion and occupation of Poland by the German army in 1939. The film was made by German filmmaker Fritz Hippler, who was head of the film production department of Propaganda Ministry of the Third Reich, under Joseph Goebbels. Hippler's most famous work is Der Ewige Jude (The Eternal Jew).
As well as bizarrely portraying the Polish as the aggressors and the ethnic Germans living in Poland as an oppressed minority, the film also exhibits Blitzkrieg warfare. Feldzug in Polen is one of the clearest examples of how the NAZI's used the documentary media format as a means of indoctrinating the German nation.
Unfortunately, there seem to be no English subtitles available.