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The Secret Memoirs

the German political scene; Hitler becoming Chancellor; passing of the Nuremberg laws; invasion of Poland and start of the Second World War. And so on and so on up to the surrender of Germany in May 1945. Then I drew up a second timeline. This essentially was the chart of Eichmann’s life. This timeline was even more important than the European timeline, and I charted Eichmann’s biography in considerable detail. Eichmann was born in Linz in 1906. Put that in. Hitler grew up in the same town? Important? Maybe, so put that in as well. He came from a Lutheran family

in The documentary diaries

Oberammergau, or titling a group of Jews in transit as ‘excursionists’ and filming younger family members as they parodied Nazi salutes and marches 102 are reminders too of how such holiday imagery and encounters perhaps helped to anaesthetise some audiences against fuller implications of political developments in Germany. Political indifference depended on individual interests that may be no longer verifiable. For the Preston

in Amateur film