Nazi propaganda film contrasting Germany in the days of the Weimar Republic with contemporary Germany under Adolf Hitler.
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Joseph Goebbels ...
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Nazi propaganda film contrasting Germany in the days of the Weimar Republic with contemporary Germany under Adolf Hitler.

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28 March 1938 (Germany)  »

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More of the usual from 1930's Germany
23 May 2015 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

This is a 10-minute Nazi propaganda movie from over 75 years ago. Actually, this was made shortly before World War II and even if it is so short, there were four directors working on it. It's obviously black and white and also has the other ingredients from the Riefenstahl propaganda movies. We hear speeches by Hitler and Goebbels, but also by political enemies, namely Social Democrats (Otto Braun). Benito Mussolini gets to say a couple words as well. And as always there is lots of spectacular loud music playing every time when there is not a speech displayed. I believe that despite the despicable contents in terms of politics, these films deserve to be watched in order to understand better what exactly was going on back then and also for all the very old recordings of a society and world that is long gone. However, there are more interesting and impactful propaganda pieces out there. Not recommended.


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