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EDGE of WAR: Hitler's False Flag 

Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Germany and the events that started World War II.

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Episode credited cast:
M.B.B. Biskupski ...
Himself - Phd, Professor of History Central Connecticul State University
Wesley Clark ...
Himself - Host
Rory Dunn ...
Nazi Soldier
Catherine Epstein ...
Herself - Phd, Associate Professor of History Amherst College
Ian Germani ...
Himself - Phd, Associate Professor, Department of History University of Regina
Robert Loeffel ...
Himself - Phd, School of History and Philosophy University of New South Wales
Lewis MacKenzie ...
Himself - Host
Todd McIntyre ...
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Narrator
David Shapka ...
Polish soldier
Wyatt Thorseth ...
Polish Soldier
Dennis Whitehead ...
Himself - Journalist, The Gleiwitz Incident
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"EDGE OF WAR: Hitler's False Flag" is the story of Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Germany and the events that start World War II. A failed coup attempt and a stretch in prison give Adolf Hitler time to think. He emerges from jail determined to take total power. Using deception, manipulation and personal force of will, he takes his belief in manifest destiny to a receptive German people. His message is Lebensraum - living space - for Germans. Elected to power, he creates a military and propaganda machine never before seen, and puts into action a plan for retrieving German land lost in World War I. Tensions in Europe run high over German demands, yet Hitler charms British PM Neville Chamberlain into believing there can be peace. When Hitler backs out of his non-aggression pact, Chamberlain backs Polish leader Edward Smigly-Rydz - promising that Britain will defend Poland in case of unprovoked attack. Now Hitler needs a reason - a justification - for war against Poland. He turns to Nazi... Written by Simon Dekker

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3 April 2012 (USA)  »

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