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Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told

The victor will never be asked if he told the truth.
Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told
Far outside what's normally taught as "history", this 6-hour documentary attempts to explain what's normally glossed over - Germany's actions prior to WWII, Hitler's popularity, the support of the Nazis by the Germans, the basis for hardline Nazi stances against Jews, and why Nazism was such a danger to the established world powers. It chronicles the German WWI defeat, communist attempts to take over Germany; hyperinflation during the Weimar Republic, widespread unemployment and misery that served as the foundation of Nazi principles, and Hitler’s amazing rise to power. It also reveals a personal side of Hitler: his family background, his artwork and struggles, and what motivated him to pursue a career in politics. While open to criticism for being "pro-Nazi" in its perspectives, the documentary does present many factual foundations for those perspectives, highlighting an endless list of hypocrisies and double-standards imposed on Germany in the years before, during, and after WWII.

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weegaz22
when you first start watching this massive documentary you feel at first it kind of comes across as "Pro Nazi" and as I was skeptical about some of the claims it makes I ended up fact checking a lot of the claims as I worked my way through this marathon documentary, and surprisingly a lot of the claims in it do hold up to scrutiny, I haven't managed to watch all the way through the 6.5 hours of it yet but I do think its definitely worth a watch for anyone with an interest in the 1st and 2nd world war. **EDIT, eventually made it through most of film, it eventually goes off the rails over 2 hours in and descends into complete holocaust denial with interviews from KKK Leader David Duke, it portrays death camps like Bergen Belsen (which my grandfather got stationed at when the allies came across it) like a Butlins holiday camp, while i like "revisionist history" this is the worst kind of it.

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