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Hitler's Victory (2002)

Hitler's Britain (original title)
PG | | Documentary, History, War | TV Movie 2002
What if the Nazis had invaded and occupied Britain during World War II?

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King George VI ...
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London, Spring 1941. Columns of Wehrmacht soldiers make their way along the Mall, swastikas hang from Buckingham Palace and Junkers scream low overhead-a potent symbol of Nazi victory. The Germans have conquered the capital. Churchill and his government have gone into hiding... It's a chilling picture: What would the Nazis have done if they had conquered Britain? Filmed in England and using Allied and German documents, blueprints, and archive film, this two-part documentary-covering both occupation and resistance-answers one of the most intriguing questions in history. And, for the first time ever, Britain's plans for defense are unveiled as cameras explore Churchill's secret wartime citadel and archeologists unearth top-secret bunkers and tunnels. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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19 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For the same subject treated quite well in fiction, look for a copy of Len Deighton's "SS GB". You follow the path of a British cop who has to answer to Nazi officers as he first investigates, and then is drawn into, a resistance movement. The resistance schemes to draw the sympathy of the isolationist USA, looking for America's intervention in the European war. This could help you flesh out some of the concepts in "Hitler's Britain." And, frankly, I'm a bit annoyed with the summary that suggests a likely ineffectual British resistance. That scarcely jives with the Brits who survived the bombing of London, and who rescued the troops at Dunkirk. For those of you who know Len Deighton's work, you won't be wasting your time, if you can find the book.


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