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The End of the War in Colour: Episode III – Visions of Hell

Nuremberg, Hitler’s “city of the Reich Party Rallies” has capitulated after a bloody house battle. At the end of April, the city and its surroundings are a preferred operational area for the camera teams of the “Special Film Project 186”. Meanwhile, Hollywood director George Stevens is heading south. In Dachau concentration camp, his team documents the horrors of National Socialist extermination policies. They also film one of the evacuation transports from the death camps in the East. Stevens: “It was as if we were walking through Dante’s visions of hell”. At the beginning of May the photojournalists reach Obersalzberg, Hitler’s private refuge in the Alps.

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PRODUCTION INFO

  • Year: 2020
  • Duration: 45 mins
  • Production: Spiegel
  • Director: Michael Kloft
  • Available Versions: ENG, GER
  • Country of production: Germany

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