Hitler et Staline: l'alliance dangereuse (1993)

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Hermann Göring ...
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Wilhelm Keitel ...
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Vyacheslav Molotov ...
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Karl Radek ...
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Joseph Stalin ...
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Joachim von Ribbentrop ...
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Reveals the relations between Hitler and Stalin
8 December 2000 | by (Froland, Norway) – See all my reviews

"Hitler et Staline : l'alliance dangereuse" ("Hitler and Stalin: the dangerous alliance") is a documentary, whose goal is to make people conscious of the relations between Nazi-Germany and the Soviet-Union, relations which for instance led to an unknown number of massacres in Poland, and how these relations were possible. It is based on facts that are taken from documents in the KGB-archives after the fall of the Soviet-Union back in 1991, and these "new" facts make many earlier accepted facts obsolete, because the earlier accepted facts were based on how Stalin wanted the rest of the world to look upon a number of events. According to the facts given in this series, the Communists weren`t any better than the Nazis during the war, since both parts killed and terrorized the people of Eastern-Europe. This is one series that makes you think.

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