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|Named Person:||Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Eric Porter; Jeremy Isaacs; Noble Frankland; Carl Davis; Thames Television, ltd.; Arts and Entertainment Network.; New Video Group.
|Notes:||Title from container.
Videodisc release of the 1973-1974 television production.
Volume eight of an eleven volume set.
Bonus documentaries have note: "The world at war : a special presentation."
|Credits:||Series producer, Jeremy Isaacs ; chief historical adviser, Noble Frankland ; music, Carl Davis.|
|Performer(s):||Narrated by Eric Porter.|
|Target Audience:||Not rated.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (approximately 199 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, Dolby Digital stereo.|
|Contents:||Bonus documentaries: Hitler's Germany: the people's community 1933-1939 / written by Jerome Kuehl ; produced by Raye Farr (ca. 74 min.; 1976) --
Hitler's Germany: total war 1939-1945 / written by Jerome Kuehl ; produced by Raye Farr (ca. 76 min.; 1976) --
Two deaths of Adolf Hitler / produced & directed by Martin Smith (ca. 46 min.; 1975).
|Other Titles:||World at war (Television program)|
Hitler's Germany, the People's Community 1933-1939: The harsh outcome of the First World War left Germany ripe for Adolf Hitler and his Nazi party's swift rise to power, promising a devastated nation's return to international prominence. With its stark, eye-catching iconography and Aryan ideals, the Third Reich set the stage for the 20th century's Second World War.
Hitler's Germany, total war 1939-1945: Continuing the in-depth look at Hitler's regime through the words of ordinary citizens, the makers of THE WORLD AT WAR examine the day-to-day realities of life in Germany as the Allies fire-bombed and invaded cities, and ultimately achieved victory.
The two deaths of Adolf Hitler: Did Hitler die from a self-inflicted gunshot? Or did he swallow cyanide with his recent bride Eva Braun? Interviews with Hitler's secretary and Russian doctors attempt to lay the controversy to rest.