Here is Germany was a 1945 propaganda documentary film directed by Frank Capra. Like its companion film. Know Your Enemy Japan, the film is a full-length exploration of why one of the two major Axis countriesstarted World War II and what had to be done to keep them from "doing it again". The film opens with scenes of everyday life in Germany. Itshows people such as housewives, policemen and farmers at work, and notes that these people weren't so different than us. Or are they? another narrator interrupts. The film then switches to a montage of Nazi concentration camps and piles of dead bodies. The narrator notes that this isn't the only time that Germany has unleashed war on the world. Stating that while its generation fought the "Nazis", its fathers fought the "Huns" (pejorative term for Germany during WorldWar I), and its grand father remembers the "Prussians". The narrator claims that it was all part of the same German lust for conquest.
Running Time: 50 Minutes
MPAA Ratings: NR
This U.S. government film documents the development of Germany as a military power from Friedrich the Great to the demise of the ThirdReich.
An old Frank Capra propaganda film they use to play for GIs back in theday. Got a copy for my dad (who saw it a million years ago when he gotsent to Germany) and he loved it. Good old walk down memory lane,anyway interesting way to look back at the world that was. (imdb.com)
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