This Nazi propaganda film tells about the "freikorps" movement in post-World War I Germany. Freikorps were armed extreme-right-wing paramilitary groups, often composed of street thugs, ... See full summary »

Writer:

Hans Zöberlein (manuscript and screenplay)

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Cast

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Hans Schlenck Hans Schlenck ... Hans, Frontkamerad
Kurt Holm Kurt Holm ... Fritz, Frontkamerad
Ernst Martens Ernst Martens ... Max, Frontkamerad
Beppo Brem Beppo Brem ... Girgl, Frontkamerad
Ludwig Ten Cloot Ludwig Ten Cloot ... Der Hauptmann
Hans Erich Pfleger Hans Erich Pfleger ... Paul, Freikorpskamerad
Paul Schaidler Paul Schaidler ... Christian, Freikorpskamerad
Franz Loskarn Franz Loskarn ... Höllein, Freikorpskamerad
Leopold Kerscher Leopold Kerscher ... Martin, Freikorpskamerad
Werner Scharf Werner Scharf ... Anführer der Roten
Trude Haefelin Trude Haefelin ... Petratka, politische Agentin
Katja Specht Katja Specht ... Natascha, politische Agentin
Ludwig Körösy Ludwig Körösy ... Ein Unterführer
Hans Pössenbacher Hans Pössenbacher ... Ein Spartakist
Ludwig Schmid-Wildy Ludwig Schmid-Wildy ... Der alte Krafft
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This Nazi propaganda film tells about the "freikorps" movement in post-World War I Germany. Freikorps were armed extreme-right-wing paramilitary groups, often composed of street thugs, ex-convicts and unemployed veterans, who engaged in street battles and assassinations of political opponents, usually leftist or Communist groups. Many of these "freikorps" were absorbed into the S.A. (Storm Troopers) and, later, the SS after Adolf Hitler came to power. Written by A.Nonymous

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Drama | History

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

28 December 1934 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Sturmtage 1919 See more »

Filming Locations:

Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Company Credits

Production Co:

Arya Film GmbH See more »
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Technical Specs

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Mono
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Trivia

At about 30 minutes, the men in the bierkeller are singing the traditional student song, "O alte Burschenherrlichkeit", which has appeared in many films. The first verse is as follows:

O alte Burschenherrlichkeit, Wohin bist du entschwunden, Nie kehrst du wieder goldne Zeit, So froh und ungebunden! Vergebens spähe ich umher, Ich finde deine Spur nicht mehr. O jerum, o quae mutatio rerum. See more »

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