Swastika/Double Headed Eagle - The Nazification of Germany

Release Date: 14 October 2013 | Certificate: Exempt
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First ever European DVD Release of this astonishing and much sought after Hitler documentary feature. The renowned German filmmaker, Lutz Becker, directed The Double Headed Eagle as a means of allowing Germans to understand and come to terms with the historical phenomenon that was Hitler. It is a dramatic documentary, tracing the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party through the social chaos of the Weimar Republic. Swastika is the most controversial documentary about Hitler and the Nazis ever made. Using propaganda footage and colour home movies made by Hitler's fiancée Eva Braun, Swastika portrays the human side of Adolf Hitler. That a man can orchestrate the Holocaust and yet still enjoy passing the time on a sun lounger makes Hitler more real, and more chilling. Told exclusively through archive footage Swastika leaves you to draw your own conclusions about Hitler.... man or monster.
Release Date: 14 October 2013
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification
Catalogue No: ODND077