Hitler’s War: What the Historians Neglect to Mention.   2 comments

Hitler’s War: What the Historians Neglect to Mention. – This is a 96 minute long “Made in Germany” underground documentary film. It’s the first documentary ever to unabashedly explain from the German perspective, how World War II really began, and the many efforts that were made by Hitler to avoid it, and to establish a lasting, viable and mutually acceptable peace, but how he was ultimately left with no choice but to invade Poland.

It documents many facts that have been deliberately left out of the “official narrative” as presented by the victorious Allies, which we have all been taught since 1945, and which Germans especially have been constantly reminded of since the war ended; with the blame entirely upon Germany’s shoulders. Many of the claims of the Allies that have been widely accepted as fact are refuted here as patently untrue, distorted, or ignored completely.

The film is largely based upon a book entitled “Der Krieg der viele Vater hatte” by German author and historian, Gerd Schulze Rhonhof (The War that had Many Fathers) and “Ein unvermeidlicher Krieg? – Der Weg zum 1. September 1939” (An Unavoidable War – The Path to September 1st, 1939.

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2 responses to “Hitler’s War: What the Historians Neglect to Mention.

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  1. “History is written by the victors.”
    ― Winston Churchill

    By rewriting history, the victors can justify anything they did and absolve themselves of all culpability. It has always been that way and it happens that way on all levels.

    ~Manfred

  2. Pingback: Poland 1939 The Blitzkreig Unleashed - Pen and Sword Books 4214

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