Hitler - A Career (Hitler's Captivation Of The German Nation)

Release Date: 21 May 2007
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Hitler A Career is Joachim Fest s controversial German documentary film about the inevitability of Hitler and Fascism within Germany. Narrated by Stephen Murray, it tells the story of Hitler s rise to power from a German perspective; and Hitler s uncanny ability to satisfy the German people s emotional and psychological needs. But how did this unknown Austrian boy seduce the German people into becoming a Nazi state? Why did Germany follow Hitler to the brink of destruction? Fest s documentary film answers these questions by tracing the roots of fascism to Germany s historical heritage. Using unseen footage from the German war archives, Hitler A Career presents a compelling picture of the rise and fall of Hitler and the Nazi empire. It was not Hitler who created Nazi Germany; but Germany itself that created Hitler.
Release Date: 21 May 2007

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Catalogue No: ODND048