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Inside the Third Reich (9-May-1982)

Director: Marvin J. Chomsky

Writer: E. Jack Neuman

Based on a book: Inside the Third Reich by Albert Speer

Keywords: Drama

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REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 12-Feb-2007)

From a book written by Hitlers architech who went on to become his Reich Minister later in the war. Excellent look at the insiders within Hitlers group of henchmen. Acting was very good and very convincing enabling the viewer to get a feel for the times and the mindset of the German military commanders close to Hitler. I highly recommend it.


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