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    Who could forget these?
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    A few stills from Inside the Third Reich (1982).

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    slados, until I saw your post, I had forgotten all about it! Rutger Hauer was Speer. I believe the movie was also made for TV.
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    A couple from the TV series "Colditz" I don't know the actors names!

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    A few from "Stalingrad Dogs Do You Want To Live Forever" 1958
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    Conspiracy(2001) Film was also good for Uniforms and detail

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    Couple more from "Das Boot"

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    Quote by stonemint View Post
    slados, until I saw your post, I had forgotten all about it! Rutger Hauer was Speer. I believe the movie was also made for TV.
    I believe so, a pretty good movie overall as well --- despite a few typical TV budget shortcomings

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    "Sink the Bismarck" (1960), both German & British Navy uniforms & visors. . .
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    The uniforms weren't that great, but the plot and acting was good: "The McKenzie Break" (1970)
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