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Vicco von Bülow
Vicco von Bülow,
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Vicco von Bülow,
Vicco von Bülow,
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Fritz is a falsifier drawing a picture of Eva Braun, the girlfriend of Adolf Hitler. He meets Hermann and tells him about some Nazi- material he knows about. Herrmann, working for a great German magazine, pays for everything he can get, and so Fritz starts to write "Hitlers private daybook". The story covers a real event that happend in Germany in the middle of the eighties.Written by
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When Freya von Hepp hands Hermann Willié Göring's bathrobe and offers him to try it on, Willié's answer doesn't match his almost motionless lips. See more »
[looking inside one of Hitler's diaries]
I see, this must be old german.
Yes, this is how the Führer wrote.
Incredibly well survived, this nice german writing. Too bad, too bad I can't read it.
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Das gibt's nur einmal
(from the movie "Der Kongress tanzt")
Performed by Lilian Harvey
Additional orchestration by Werner R. Heymann
Courtesy of Ufaton-Verlagsgesellschaft and BMG Ariola, Munich See more »
Dietl´s movie is based on real events, in 1983 a forger called Konrad Kujau made millions of dollars by writing the bogus diaries of Adolf Hitler. Although the movie has a poor start it developes into a
pretty good comedy, The most amusing parts are the wordgames, and the performances of Uwe Oschenknecht as the slick antique salesman/forger and Götz Georg as equally
I real life the Stern magazine which bought the diaries had a proper lesson when they received a letter written (in Hitler´s handwriting!) by an anonymous German humorist:
"I hereby confirm that my diaries are real"
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