Hitler's Children (2004)

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Hitler's Children (2004)

Post by kundzia1 » Thu May 15, 2008 9:21 am

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Hitler's Children

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History Documentary hosted by Stephen Rashbrook and published by ZDF in 2004 - English narration

English version of the Guido Knopp series Hitlers Kinder, which was broadcast by ZDF in 2000. Never has a generation been so completely taken over by a totalitarian state as was the case in Hitler's Third Reich: at the age of 10 children joined the "Jungvolk" movement, at 14 they joined the Hitler Youth, and at 18 they joined the party, the "Wehrmacht", the SA, or the SS. This 5-part documentary is the first comprehensive film portrayal of young people in the Third Reich. With in-depth witness statements and some previously unpublished archive material, the documentary demonstrates how Hitler succeeded in gaining power over "his children" through years of manipulation.

Technical Specs:
Video Codec: XviD 1.1
Video Bitrate: 877 Kbps
Video Resolution: 416x304
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.36:1
Audio Codec: mp3
Audio BitRate: 133 Kbps, 48000 Hz
Audio Channels: 2
RunTime Per Part: 48m 30s
Number Of Parts: 5
Part Size: 350Mb
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Hitler's.Children.1of5.Seduction.TVrip.NiX.avi  [351.25 Mb]
Hitler's.Children.2of5.Dedication.TVrip.NiX.avi  [349.88 Mb]
Hitler's.Children.3of5.Education.TVrip.NiX.avi  [351.36 Mb]
Hitler's.Children.4of5.War.TVrip.NiX.avi  [351.82 Mb]
Hitler's.Children.5of5.Sacrifice.TVrip.NiX.avi  [351.71 Mb]

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Post by happy_pats » Sat May 24, 2008 5:36 pm

Looks interesting, thankyou.

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Re: Hitler's Children (2004)

Post by sucigam » Sun Nov 28, 2010 2:32 am

Very interesting, thanks :)

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