During the 1930's a woman named Leni Riefenstahl directed some Propaganda films for Hitler. The trouble is, two of them, "Triumph of the Will" and "Olympia," are considered two of the greatest cinematic achievements of all time. Olympia, the film record of the '36 olympic games is still considered by many to be the greatest documentary film ever made. It may be the only even marginally positive thing the Nazis left us. Of course, here in America, we had Frank capra's "Why We Fight" series. Horrible (to our more sensitive eyes) propaganda films portraying the Japanese as racially inferior and the Germans, as a whole, as being crazed monsters.
During World War II, the Germans were the Nazis.
The Nazis persecuted the Jews During WWII
they produced training movies for the military services
Yes, by the Nazis.
The Nazis were involved in Denmark during the World War 2.
No, the Nazis did not have schools in the US.No, the Nazis did not have schools in the US.
movies around the world that are still being produced
She hid from Nazis.
All over Europe.
The Nazis with other 25 million guns and they produced almost 250 billion ammo
Many of the actors served in the US military and Hollywood produced some patriotic and propaganda films.
Great Britain did not.
No. Sweden was Neutral.
the same as the Jews
The Nazis made these camps during world war 2
No they were allies
your moms coach
The Nazis invaded Czechoslovakia.
Adolf Hitler was the Nazis dictator who was the leader of Germany during World War II.