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Forbidden films

Germany's Third Reich made 1,200 feature films. According to experts, some 100 of these were blatant Nazi propaganda. More than 40 of these films remain under lock and key. Director Felix interviews German film historian...

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 15, Allied aerial attacks

Shows the events of WWII from the viewpoint that was presented to the ordinary German people by the Nazi propaganda machine. Includes: dog fights with Russian fighters; meeting at Fuhrer HQ with Hitler; naval patrols in ...

The eye of Vichy

A compilation of long forgotten film footage and newsreels, produced by the Nazis and French collaborators during World War II. From the small town of Vichy in Central France, Field Marshall Petain's puppet government wo...

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 11, Rommel's war machines

Includes unique footage plundered by Russian Troops in 1945. Compiled as it is from German newsreels which were made under the influence of Goebbel's Ministry of Propaganda. Deals with the third part of the year 1942.

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 18, Rise of the revenge weapons

Covers the events on the German front including defending Cherbourg at River Orne from both naval and land attacks; Warsaw Uprising; new weapons promised to help in retaliation for the bombing of Berlin; the attempted as...

Prisoner of paradise

True story of Kurt Gerron, a well-known and beloved German-Jewish actor, director and cabaret star in Berlin in the 1920's and '30's.

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 9, The advance on Leningrad

"Includes unique footage plundered by Russian Troops in 1945. Compiled as it is from German newsreels which were made under the influence of Goebbels' Minstry of Propaganda, these are by no means accurate histories but a...

Blood flag a Paul Madriani novel —Martini, Steve, 1946- author.
Book On CD
2016
Availability: 6 of 6

Defending a client accused of mercy-killing her father, attorney Paul Madriani is drawn into a treacherous conspiracy involving the victim's former unit from World War II and a feared Nazi relic.

Selling Hitler : propaganda and the Nazi brand —O'Shaughnessy, Nicholas J., 1954- author.

A radical reappraisal of how Hitler and the Nazis conceived of themselves from the outset as a propagandistic state, rather than propaganda being merely an accessory to power. Hitler was one of the few politicians who un...

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 6, War against the Soviet Union

Deals with the second part of the year of 1941. It covers events on all the German fronts, including: War Against the Soviet Union; Eastern Front; and Home Front.

The Nazi-fascist new order for European culture —Martin, Benjamin George, author.

During World War II, Nazi-fascist cultural organizations brought writers, filmmakers, and composers together at international conferences where intellectuals celebrated a nationalist and anti-Semitic vision of European c...

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 14, The role of the Hitler youth

Vol. 14 covers events on all the German fronts including Stuka attacks and shelling of the docks of Leningrad; heavy bombing over Krefeld and the aftermath; u-boats attacking allied merchant shipping and British submarin...

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 10, The bombing of Paris

Follow the second part of the year 1942, covering events on all the German fronts including Home Front-Hitler attends Day of Commemoration in Berlin; Western Front-the RAF bombing of Paris; and more.

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 17, The D-Day landings

Volume 17 deals with early 1944. It covers events on all the German fronts including: Western Front - Rommel inspects the troops and fortifications along the Channel coast; Home Front - preparations in Berlin against bom...

Hitler's Hollywood

Narrated by Udo Kier, the film asks what the Nazi cinema of the Third Reich reveals about its period and its people. About 1,000 feature films were made in Germany in the years between 1933-1945: musicals, melodramas, ro...

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 19, Introduction of the Volksturm

Deals with Hitler's Youth parading through the streets with weapons in hand; Germany bombing England with a new missile; the retreat from Riga; recapture of Chelm; and more.

A newsreel history of the Third Reich. Volume 12, Goering's offensive

This series includes unique footage plundered by Russian Troops in 1945. Compiled as it is from German newsreels. Vol. 12 deals with the fourth part of the year 1942 including: Western Front-heavy defenses are set up alo...

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