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Presents a unique and disturbing look at the rise of the Nazi party. The documentary, directed by Lutz Becker, attempts to remain as objective as possible, serving as a neutral observer of the years 1918 through 1933 in Germany. Via newsreel footage and clips of features from the era, the film offers a kaleidoscopic view of the many elements that fueled the rise of the Socialist Nationalist Party, including post-WWI poverty. Hitler occupies a central place in the documentary.

  1. Lutz Becker

    Director

  2. Philippe Mora

    Writer

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  1. Adolf Hitler

    Adolf Hitler

    Himself

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Double Headed Eagle: Hitler's Rise to Power 1918-1933
Double Headed Eagle: Hitler's Rise to Power 1918-1933

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  • April 6, 1973
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 33m

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