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A Trip Through 1930's Germany

Contains films mainly made by amateurs -- though some professional work is included -- showing what the people, landscapes and culture of Germany was like during the 1930s, before the Second World War changed it all forever. For those familiar with Germany, you will be astounded at how the efforts of those to rebuild from the ruins were successful in putting much back 'the way it was'. Shows what it was like to live under the Diktatur, but, at the same time, portrays the country in an innocent and entertaining a way. Especially rare and insightful look at those areas no longer part of the country after 1945. 180 min.

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