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Best Film Footage of life in Germany 1937

Article about: Very interesting but a bit heavy handed at times in the propaganda aspect and W. E. B. Dubois got more than his share of recognition in my opinion. Nevertheless, and interesting and worthwhi

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    Default Best Film Footage of life in Germany 1937

    Shows a lot of the organizations, DAF, RAD, HJ, BDM, etc. in normal daily activities. It doesn't matter if you don't understand German, the narration isn't necessary.

    Deutschland 1937 [Doku deutsch] - YouTube

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    What excellent footage, i've not seen 90% of that before and it's fascinating to watch. The images of the quiet provincial towns that look idyllic contrast sharply with the film of Nuremberg where every other man seems to be in uniform and swastikas are hanging from every building. I only clicked on it for a glance and ended up watching the whole thing, it's amazing that much of this footage hasn't been used in documentaries on TV before now as it's so enlightening. I'm sure chaps here like Andreas and F-B with a better understanding of the language and culture than I will enjoy it immensely.

    I only wish I could understand the language better to follow it more closely, the part where it shows American WW1 veterans laying a wreath at a memorial in Berlin looks very interesting and I wish I was able to follow that part more. Anyway, I would thoroughly reccomend members give it a look, it's great, and thanks for posting it Herr Alte Oberst, have a 'like'!
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    Great footage/program.
    Thx for bringing this to our attention.

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    great film.

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    very good film, say hello to the Quetzal !
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    Thanks for sharing!

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    Great film clip!...
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    Actually the theme of the narration was consistently anti, quoting period ambassadors, writers, saying this is scary and they're afraid it's leading to a war. But the footage was precious.

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    Bull$hit Nazi propaganda.

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