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Your Job in Germany

Article about: I came across this neat video earlier. The narrator doesn't seem to be too fond of the German people but it's interesting nonetheless. Enjoy! YouTube - Propaganda: Your Job in Germany

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    I came across this neat video earlier. The narrator doesn't seem to be too fond of the German people but it's interesting nonetheless. Enjoy!

    YouTube - Propaganda: Your Job in Germany

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    Very interesting saying that the most dangerous group in the entire Nazi Germany are the Hitler Jugend.
    Best Regards

    Vegard T.
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    Looking for militaria from 38. Batterie, Heeres Küsten Artillerie Regiment 977, also from 31, 32 and 36. Batterie.

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    Great film ! We are still waiting for Germany to carry out part 4 !!

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Thankyou for posting this.

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    Those old films are entertaining today and a good way to learn some history, especially about attitudes during the war years. When I was stationed at Fort Bragg, we destroyed hundreds of reels of Army propaganda and training films from the 1940's. I hated to do that and was told that I could not keep any of these films. Some of these, I was able to view before putting them in the shredder. There was excellent unedited footage from many battles including Monte Cassino which I have never seen since. I only hope that there are still copies of all these films kept somewhere. There was some color footage which I have never been able to find again.

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    Those old films are entertaining today and a good way to learn some history, especially about attitudes during the war years. When I was stationed at Fort Bragg, we destroyed hundreds of reels of Army propaganda and training films from the 1940's. I hated to do that and was told that I could not keep any of these films. Some of these, I was able to view before putting them in the shredder. There was excellent unedited footage from many battles including Monte Cassino which I have never seen since. I only hope that there are still copies of all these films kept somewhere. There was some color footage which I have never been able to find again.
    That's really a shame, did you manage to hide any in your jacket? : )

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