"Fall of the Third Reich" - History Channel

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  1. comiso90

    comiso90 Active Member

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    Watch for it.. mostly comprised of home movies. No new information but contains film I i havnt seen.

    There are so many shows like this, I almost missed it thinking that I've already seen it.

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    Comiso, same here. the last was on Hitlers relatives who he tried his best to bury figuratively and literally. One entire branch were, as we say today, "differently abled" and were eventually institutionalized where several were killed as they were "unfit to live"
     
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    The show they did on Hitler's relatives was very interesting. I'll look for the Fall of the Third Reich. Thanks Comiso
     
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    Most of what was on that show was totally unknown to me. Mother father i knew and I did remember the SS investigation into his relatives but that was about it. I always wondered if Himmler was building his own "Hoover-files" for future blackmail.
     
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