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Director - Michael Kloft
Run Time - Approx. 6 hours
Language - English and German w/English subtitles
Format - DVD
Genre - Documentary

Educational Interest- Anthropology, Biographies/Profiles, Communication, History (World), Media Studies, World War II


Institutional DVD Price: $395




Inside the Third Reich is a unique collection of seminal films about Nazi Germany essential for an accurate insight into the real life ‘heart of darkness.’  Included in this 4-disc set are the following films:

After Churchill orders Allied bombers to stop the Nazi war machine, untold thousands are killed as cities are turned into tornados of fire. Now, a debate is underway. Were these relentless attacks against civilians a necessary tactic in the war against Hitler? Or was it an act of revenge by the Allies? Using rare film footage, this extraordinary film brings to light the devastating bombing campaign against Nazi Germany.

The Reich Underground
As the Allies relentlessly bombed them, the Nazis undertook a bold gambit to turn the war back in their favor – building extensive tunnels deep underground to house armament factories and cities. Long forgotten, the sprawling underground labyrinths are finally reopened. Using neverbefore- seen footage, The Reich Underground reveals awesome worlds hidden beneath the earth.

Television Under the Swastika
Determined to be the world’s first television broadcasters, the Nazis began Greater German TV in 1935. From cooking shows, sporting events and cabaret acts to interviews with high-ranking Nazis, this startling film is required viewing for anyone interested in the history of television and propaganda, and the inside story of Nazi Germany.

The Goebbels Experiment
Joseph Goebbels was an enigmatic genius whose manipulation of mass opinion was unprecedented. His rise to power, and that of the Nazi Party itself, will forever stand as one of history’s most terrifying examples of the reach of propaganda. This “rare and chilling glimpse into a brilliant but toxic mind” (New York Times), allows Goebbels, via his extensive diaries, to speak for himself (voiced by Kenneth Branagh).