Based on the best-selling book, Alone in Berlin tells the story of a couple in Nazi-occupied Germany who stand up to Hitler and the SS regime after their son is killed in action. By placing postcards around Berlin with revolutionary messages on the Quangels hope to rally any other anti-Hitler supporter and disrupt the slow creep of War.
Set in Berlin, 1945, this powerful and provocative war drama retells the final days of the Second World War as recorded in the diaries of Adolf Hitler's private secretary, Traudl Junge, while barricaded with Hitler and his closest confidants in the Fuhrer's secret bunker.Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel (The Experiment) with an astonishing performance by Bruno Ganz (The Manchurian Candidate) as history's most notorious figure, this unprecedented and controversial insider's perspective is a gripping insight into the madness and desperation of Hitler in the final hours of the war as the Russian Army closes a ring around Berlin.
Set in Berlin, 1945, this powerful and provocative war drama retells the final days of the Second World War as recorded in the diaries of Adolf Hitler’s private secretary, Traudl Junge, while barricaded with Hitler and his closest confidants in the Fhrer’s secret bunker. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel (The Experiment) with an astonishing performance by Bruno Ganz (The Manchurian Candidate) as history's most notorious figure, this unprecedented and controversial insiders perspective is gripping insight into the madness and desperation of Hitler in the final hours of the war as the Russian Army closes a ring around Berlin.
Erscheinungsdatum: 20.09.2017, Einband: Kartoniert, Titelzusatz: Geschichte des Bunkers, Hitler-Dokumentation, Berlin Museum/History of the Bunker, Hitler documentation, Berlin Museum, Dt/engl, Auflage: 1/2017, Autor: Giebel, Wieland, Übersetzer: Simon Hodgson, Verlag: Berlin Story Verlag GmbH, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Adolf Hitler // Anhalter Bunker // Aufstieg NSDAP // Berlin Story Bunker // Berlin Story Museum // Bunker // Enno Lenze // Geschichte Berlins // Geschichtsbunker // Hitler // Making of Berlin // Nationalsozialismus, Produktform: Kartoniert, Umfang: 80 S., 130 Illustr., farbige Abbildungen, Seiten: 80, Format: 0.6 x 24 x 17 cm, Gewicht: 271 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Noirish drama revealing the true story of a Jewish lawyer who challenged Hitler and paid with his life. Starring Ian Hart as Adolf Hitler and Ed Stoppard as the audacious lawyer Hans Litten. This feature length drama also stars Bill Paterson, Sarah Smart, Anton Lesser, Ronan Vibert and Ruth McCabe. In the spring of 1931, with Germany on the brink of economic collapse, the audacious Hans Litten put Adolf Hitler on the witness stand of a Berlin court. At great personal risk the young lawyer aimed to expose the true character of Hitler to the German public and thereby halt the phenomenal rise of the Nazi Party. In a humiliating and hostile cross-examination, Hitler was forced to account for his violent methods, his apparent contempt for the law and his stated desire to destroy German democracy. Hitler survived the ordeal, but it was a close encounter which he never forgot.
Was hättest du getan?Berlin, 1933: Als Adolf Hitler zum neuen Reichskanzler ernannt wird, kann sich in Hans' Familie noch keiner vorstellen, dass nun alles anders werden soll. Der Spuk ist doch bestimmt bald wieder vorbei. Doch dann erlebt Hans mit, wie mitten in Berlin von ihm geliebte Bücher verbrannt und jüdische Geschäfte geplündert werden. Als Hans sich in die gleichaltrige Hilde verliebt, die Hitler glühend verehrt und von einer vollkommen neuen Weltordnung träumt, ist er immer mehr hin- und hergerissen zwischen Begeisterung und Zweifeln.Höra, DanielDaniel Höra, 1965 geboren, arbeitete nach der Schule am Fließband, war Möbelträger, Altenpfleger, Taxifahrer und TV-Redakteur. Heute ist er als freier Autor tätig. Seine Jugendbücher sind bereits vielfach ausgezeichnet worden. Daniel Höra lebt in Berlin.
Highlights & History TourYou will visit a lot of Highlights like Potsdamer Square, Hitler Bunker, Holocaust Memorial, Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag. In the same time we walk along the former death strip including information's and photos about the Berlin Wall.
Discover the final days of World War 2 on this half-day walking tour of Berlin. Learn all about the events leading up to Germany’s final surrender as you visit the city’s most significant historical sites with your knowledgeable guide. Learn about the Soviet attack as you follow the route toward the final battlefield for the Reichstag, see the site of Hitler's bunker, and discover from where the German Luftwaffe was coordinated. Hear how WW2 developed and how life was for the people at that time, especially those who opposed the regime, and discover how the cruelties came to an end in 1945.
Berlin was the dark heart of Nazi Germany – the capital city of a dictatorship that was responsible for waging a war that destroyed swathes of the European continent and industrially murdering millions. Why did the Germans think they needed Adolf Hitler in 1933? How could a civilised people fall so deep into the moral abyss? Why were Jewish and other minority groups, both in Germany and across Europe, ruthlessly targeted? What is the legacy of Nazism in Germany today?This tour answers such questions, giving crucial context regarding the rise of Adolf Hitler in pre-Nazi Germany, providing a comprehensive overview of the National Socialist capital, and telling the dramatic tale of the Battle of Berlin and the collapse of the regime in 1945.