1 Evolution Of Evil E05: Adolf Hitler | Full Documentary
27 apr. 2018
5 How & Why Germans Bought Hitler’s Pitch
27 sep. 2017
Get the entire film at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00068RYX2. This clip from a 1 hour PBS television documentary I made called ” How Hitler Lost the War.” The film takes a unique point of view. Rather than talking about who won the war, my colleagues and I explored what Hitler did that helped lose Germany the war. Although it happened so long ago, it is still a frightening story. Some of the interviews I conducted in this segment were fascinating to me and I hope they are to you as well.
6 – I Asked German Experts Why Germans Followed Hitler
25 jan. 2019
7 How Hitler Gained Absolute Power In Germany | Impossible Peace | Timeline
30 jul. 2020
9 The Secret Plot To Kill Hitler | Operation Valkyrie | Timeline
1 sep. 2018
Operation Valkyrie: The Plot To Kill Hitler is the definitive film on Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg and the ‘Valkyrie’ conspiracy to assassinate Hitler on 20th July, 1944. Produced in collaboration with the official German Foundation dedicated to the memory of the conspirators, it features testimonials and eyewitness accounts from all of the aristocratic families involved in the plot, including the last living conspirator to escape Hitler’s wrath, and Maria Countess von Stauffenberg who knew Claus all her life.
The film also features leading scholars and historians on the conspiracy such as Prof. Peter Hoffmann, author of the biography “Stauffenberg”, and Prof. Ian Kershaw, renowned World War II scholar and BBC consultant. Operation Valkyrie: The Plot To Kill Hitler is illustrated with rare footage of Hitler’s inner circle, including colour home movies shot by Hitler’s lover Eva Braun, as well as a painstakingly researched dramatisation of the actual assassination attempt, and a detailed CG reconstruction of Wolfschanze or “Wolf’s Lair”, Hitler’s military headquarters near Rastenburg, where the assassination attempt took place.
For anyone interested in the real story of the Wehrmacht resistance and the Stauffenberg conspiracy in particular, this is a must-have documentary and the definitive record of what happened before and after the pivotal events of 20th July, 1944. Documentary first broadcast in 2008.
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11 What Happened When Hitler Broke The Treaty Of Versailles? | Total War | War Stories
9 okt. 2020
12 Theodor Morell Documentary – Biography of the life of Hitler’s Doctor Theodor Morell
12 feb. 2019
13 How Hitler Could Have Escaped His Bunker In Berlin | Hunting Hitler
24 sep. 2020
17 How did Hitler rise to power? – Alex Gendler and Anthony Hazard
18 jul. 2016
18 Hitler’s Biggest Mistake Of The War | Warlords: Hitler vs Stalin | Timeline
12 okt. 2017
19 Hitler and Eva Braun’s Disturbing Wedding
20 nov. 2015
20 Inside Nazi Germany
29 dec. 2014
21 How The Nazi Party Began | Germany’s Fatal Attraction | Timeline
16 jan. 2021
22 “Harry’s Story” – Memories of Hiding Jews and Nazi Brutality during WWII
26 okt. 2017
23 “Gestapo” Müller – Hunting Hitler’s Secret Police Chief
6 okt. 2020
24 Truth & Conviction: The Helmuth Hubener Story (Teenage Nazi resistance fighter)
9 jul. 2017
27 Why Did the Holocaust Happen?
23 jan. 2017
28 The Downfall Of Nazi Germany | Germany’s Fatal Attraction | Timeline
30 jan. 2021
29 The Warsaw Ghetto | DW Documentary
27 jan. 2021
A Polish businessman risked his life to film everyday life in the Warsaw Ghetto. These harrowing 8 mm movies were stored for decades in archives, and are shown publicly for the first time in this documentary.
The Warsaw Ghetto was located in the heart of the Polish capital. In November 1940, one year after Germany invaded Poland, the occupation authorities completed work on a three-meter-high wall that surrounded the ghetto. The Jewish residents were sealed off from the outside world. The ghetto was intended to serve as a concentration camp for Jews from all over Europe. They would later be deported to the extermination camp at Treblinka.
As many as 500,000 people were rounded up and herded into the ghetto. The films shown in this documentary portray the daily lives of those who lived there. Food and clean water were in short supply. The Germans demolished the ghetto in May 1943, and sent the residents to concentration- or extermination camps. Today, a series of memorial plaques marks the district’s boundaries. In this documentary, witnesses describe what life was like in Warsaw before the German invasion, and provide graphic accounts of life in the ghetto.
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30 Antisemitism in Europe | DW Documentary
8 nov. 2018
Has antisemitism returned to Europe? Our documentary asks: what is it like to be a Jew in Germany, Poland and France today?
Fear has returned to Europe. Jewish people are afraid of attacks in the street and their children report bullying at school. Cemeteries have been desecrated and hate slogans chanted at parades. Reporters Andreas Morell and Johanna Hasse set out to investigate Europe’s reawakened nationalism and find rising anti-Semitism, especially in Poland. Why does anti-Semitism still exist in society? Why are some prejudices apparently impossible to eradicate? France has even witnessed violent attacks against Jews in recent years, which has led to an increase in emigration of French Jews to Israel. The finger of blame for this new anti-Semitism is usually pointed at Muslims. Morell and Hasse talk to historians and philosophers such as Georges Bensoussan and Elisabeth Badinter, as well as with Rabbi Michel Serfaty, who has tried to mediate between the religions for many years. But when they return to Germany, they realize the same problems exist here too. Perhaps Germany has been too preoccupied with finding solutions and dealing with the idea that anti-Semitism is an immutable problem instead of a social challenge to be confronted. The documentary is an inventory of anti-Semitism in Europe, a film about people caught between despair and hope, and resignation and resistance.
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31 Health Inspector Visits The World’s Grossest Kitchen
20 mrt. 2020