Adolf Hitler, born in Braunau, one man who will change the history of the world forever. It follows his childhood to the death of his mother and his broken ambition to become an artist, ...
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Adolf Hitler, born in Braunau, one man who will change the history of the world forever. It follows his childhood to the death of his mother and his broken ambition to become an artist, then further to his entry into politics. His service in the army, accolades, his writing Mein Kampf, politics and most importantly Germany's revival are well explained followed by WW2. It also covers the effect on Germany's after the WW2 defeat up until the fall of the Berlin Wall.Written by
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Eye Opening- even if slightly Biased
OK. All the negative reviews look like they didn't even watch it. They mention the childhood and war hero part and then stop there.
IF YOU JUDGE IT WATCH THE WHOLE THING.
I'm not saying I agree 100%.... but the proof that we have been fed propaganda is overwhelming. This is not the only documentary that shows this. I have watched others that literally show how popular documentaries shown in schools MANIPULATE the footage, showing dark gas chambers/shower rooms that actually had large windows... or doors that say gas chambers that actually belonged to a complete other side of the building.
I'm not saying Nazis are great.... I'm saying we've been fed a load of crap. Be open minded. All of you that say its only Neo Nazis that would watch this are blind sheep who refuse to even LOOK at other things. I for one was DEVISTATED when so much evidence was presented I couldn't deny it anymore. I almost felt bad just watching these documentaries because of the stigma.
Yes... there is not a lot of sources attached to this particular documentary... but watch it first... then look up some more. The FACTS are astounding.
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