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WAR DOCUMENTARIES VIDEO TAPES
Suggested for scholarly and educational use.
The swift collapse of the Third Reich in the spring of 1945
brought, with the surrender, mountains of films and documents covering the entire
period of the Nazi regime. Perhaps no other period in history is as well documented.
Many of these films are now historical documents of a time when madness and
hate overran mankind. Some films made in those years do not reflect current
official views of Germany, its people, or other nations and should be used only
with extreme parental discretion and guidance. Almost 65 years have passed since
the terrible holocaust. The memories and the consequences are still with us
today. HOW...WHY... could such a system have arisen and flourished? How many
times have the questions been asked? How many answers have been offered? The
voices on these video tapes are the voices of history... perhaps those who listen
today can help answer the questions posed by these terrible years!
Adolf HitlerMP 6029
U.S.A., English language, Documentary, 55 min., b&w - Now and again, the tide of human history brings with it a ruler so barbaric and despicable that it scars our civilization forever. Heroes and Tyrants presents the fury of Adolf Hitler who ruthlessly dominated Europe for over four years, inflicting more misery and destruction than any leader before him. Included is footage of Hitler's brown-shirted storm troopers and his meeting with Chamberlain, Mussolini and Stalin.
|Order #MP 6029|
Adolf HitlerVS 13230
English dialogue, 101 min., b&w - You will never forget the incredible, exclusive footage from all stages of Adolf Hitler's rise and fall from this, the darkest period in human history. Born of humble parentage in 1889, Hitler at first fancied himself an artist, but he found few offers for his work in the coffee houses of Vienna. Later he served, without particular distinction, in the Kaiser's army in World War I. It was in the 1920's that Hitler made his first bid for political power. By 1933 Germany had commander control of 'Der Fuehrer'. Within a few months conscription was introduced, soon to be followed by the harassment and eventual extermination of the Jews.
|Order #VS 13230 Out of print.|
Adolf Hitler: Black FoxDO 5
1962, English. dialogue, 89 min., b&w - Narrated by Marlene Dietrich, this is the story of the most feared and fanatical national leader in history: his bitter boyhood in Austria, his ruthless drive to power in a defeated Germany and his wars of conquest against all of Europe. A winner of the 1962 Academy Award for Best Documentary.
|Order #DO 5|
Adolf Hitler, der Fuehrer und das 3.Reich
All in German language. Der Fuehrer und das 3. Reich original Newsreels. With extra historical commentary in German language. Zusammengestellt aus Wochenschauen und anderen zeitgenoessischen Bilddokumenten und Kommentaren.
|Order # JS 3821 Out of print.|
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|Order # JS 3826|
|Order # DO 903|
1st and 9th Armies: Aachen to the Ruhr River IH
U.S.A. 1945, 58 min., b&w - Two War Department historical films documenting the activities of these armies in 1944. Graphic action in Klenheim, Stolberg, Mausbach and the Hurtigen Forest. Excellent uncensored combat footage.
|Order #IH 188|
The Architecture of Doom
English lang., 1991, color/b&w, ca. 119 min. - The video captures the inner workings of the Third Reich and illuminates the Nazi aesthetic in art, architecture, and popular culture. From Nazi party rallies to the final days inside Hitler's bunker, this sensational film shows how Adolph Hitler rose from being a failed artist to creating a world of ponderous kitsch and horrifying terror. Hitler worshipped ancient Rome and Greece, and dreamed of a new Golden Age of monumental, classical art and architecture, populated by beautiful, patriotic Aryans. "Degenerate" artists and "inferior" races were seen as sub-human vermin, and had no place in his lurid fantasy. As this riveting, critically-acclaimed film shows, the Nazis went from banning the art of modernists like Picasso to forced euthanasia of the retarded and sick, and finally to the persecution of homosexuals and the extermination of Jews.
|Order # FRF 778|
|Order # BB 2319C||Rents as three separate videos. May be purchased only as a set.|
|Order #BB 2319||
Korps IH 274 DVD
Transferred to videocassette from original 35mm prints for superb audio and visual quality. With English Subtitles. Germany, 1942, B&W, 81 minutes.
Afrika Korps opens with German Soldiers in Africa, an army film produced for troops ordered to duty on the Dark Continent. Reserves are shown being medically examined and fitted with tropical uniforms, traveling by train to Naples, and encamping there. Supplies are loaded onto steamers, and the unit crosses in convoy to Tripoli. Shown next are scenes of the desert landscape, wildlife, and primitive nomadic tribes. Arab civilization is depicted with footage of cultivated oases and a typical North African village on market day. German troops are seen arriving in Tripoli. Liberal footage showing the city's scenic places is included.
German Newsreel: February 1942
German and Italian naval officers participate in a ceremony honoring successful U-boat commanders in the Mediterranean. An Italian battleship protecting a German convoy to Tripoli engages attacking British destroyers in an artillery duel. General Rommel watches Axis field guns bombard advancing enemy tanks. Italian armor counterattacks. British prisoners are shown.
German Newsreel: June 20th through 26th, 1942
Colonel Adolf Galland visits an air base in the desert. Lieutenant Marseilles lands in his Me-109 fighter. General Rommel is decorated by Italian General Bastico. German vehicles advance on Bir Hacheim. A British armor attack is repulsed by anti-aircraft guns. A captured battle post which had been disguised by the British as a field hospital is shown. An Allied garrison manned chiefly by "colored" auxiliaries surrenders. General Rommel photographs a shot-down English fighter plane.
German Newsreel: June 27th through July 3rd, 1942
German mechanized troops cut off the British garrisons at Acroma and El Gazala. Engineers clear a path through a minefield. Italian flak engages attacking British aircraft. Italian infantry is shown in action. Stuka dive bombers raid Tobruk. German engineers bridge an anti-tank ditch as German armor advances. British soldiers from the Tobruk garrison surrender.
German Newsreel: July 4th through 7th, 1942
German 88-millimeter guns take up positions on the Mediterranean coast and bombard British ships evacuating Tobruk harbor. Field Marshal Kesselring flies over the captured city. German troops enter Tobruk as thousands of British soldiers are sent to POW assembly areas. Rommel orders a further advance from his field headquarters.
German Newsreel: August 8th through 14th, 1942
Mussolini visits Axis troops in North Africa. A German convoy arrives in Tobruk. Marshal Rommel is seen at the front. Italian Bersaglieri troops are shown in action.
German Newsreel: August 1942
German soldiers at a coastal position swim in the Mediterranean. A new well is dug to replace one poisoned by retreating British troops. German reinforcements for the Alamein front pass a caravan enroute to their new positions. Marshals Rommel and Bastico observe a British armored thrust which is repulsed by heavy artillery. Damaged British tanks litter the battlefield. Rommel decorates anti-tank gunner Gunther Halm on August 7th, 1942. (original synchronous sound)
German Newsreel: October 31st through November 6th, 1942
A bomber squadron holds a situation conference. Heinkel III bombers are prepared for a long- range mission. Aircraft bomb the British-held Kufra oasis and strafe British flak positions.
German Newsreel: October 10th through 16th, 1942
Marshal Rommel, with Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels holds a press conference in Berlin. Hitler presents Rommel with a field marshal's baton. Rommel attends the annual "Winter Help" rally in Berlin with Hitler, Goebbels, Himmler, and Keitel.
|Order # IH 274 DVD $28.95||
Assorted Political Films and Speeches: 1932-1943
This program consists of four short films. In the first, Hitler addresses an informally-gathered civilian crowd during a 1932 election rally. b&w, 14 minutes. In the second, Hitler, Göring and Streicher march to the Feldherrnhalle to honor their comrades who died in the 1923 revolt in Munich. b&w, 7 minutes. The third presents Hitler's address in Vienna after the take-over of Austria in March, 1938. b&w 4 minutes. The fourth contains excerpts from Goebbels' famous "Do you want total war?" speech of February 18th, 1943. b&w, 6 minutes. Germany, 1932--1943, all four films on one videocassette, total running time 31 minutes, English subtitles.
|Order #IH 264|
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Attack and Retreat BB 389
1965, b/w, ca. 140 min. - Starring Peter Falk and Arthur Kennedy in an explosive chronicle of the Italian-Russian front during WW2. The story follows an Italian squad through the battle for Stalingrad and their terrible defeat and retreat through the disastrous winter that followed. This defeat, more than anything else in the war, meant the end of the Third Reich and the Italian fascist regime. Attack and Retreat, along with the original 1958 German version of Stalingrad, provided may of the images and scenes that were used later in the two modern classics The Winter War and Stalingrad (1991). In English language.
|Order # BB 389|
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