Third Reich Kultur

Art in the Third Reich

A showcase of some of the many examples of Third Reich cinema, art and culture.  
 
Movies of the Third Reich

German Cinema Classics: Heimat
German Cinema Classics: Der Herrscher
Opfergang: Masterpiece of National Socialist Cinema
Ministry of Illusion:  Films of the Third Reich 

Film Trailer for New Documentary - 
Forbidden Films:  The Hidden Legacy of Nazi Film

Movies Dubbed in English or with English Subtitles

  1. Triumph of the Will (1935)
    Triumph of the Will (German: Triumph des Willens) is a propaganda film made by Leni Riefenstahl. It chronicles the 1934 Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg, which was attended by more than 700,000 Nazi supporters. The film contains excerpts from speeches given by various Nazi leaders at the Congress, including portions of speeches by Adolf Hitler, interspersed with footage of massed party members.
  2. The Eternal Jew (1940)
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  3. The Rothschilds (1940)
  4. Occult Forces (1943)
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  1. Olympia Part I (1936)
  2. Olympia Part II (1936)
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  3. The Great King (1942)
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  4. Jew Suss (1934)
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  1. The Broken Jug
  2. Dr. Goebbel's Titanic (1943)
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  3. Munchhausen (1943)
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Opfergang (1944)

Hans Westmar (1933)

Hans Albers Gold (1934)

Wolfgang Willrich: Germanic Pagans and Nordic Profiles

Movies only in German 1933 - 1945

  1. Quax Der Bruch Pilot (1941)
  2. Bismarck (1940)
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  3. Die Grosse Liebe Trailer (1942)
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  4. Menschen Im Sturm (1941)
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  1. Anton Der Lezte (1939)
  2. Zu Neuen Ufern (1937)
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  3. Einmal der liebe Herrgott sein Hans Moser (1942)
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  4. Der Opernball (1939)
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  1. Deutsche Sprache (1936)
  2. Grethe Weiser: Mädchen für alles (1937)
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  3. Angelika (1940)
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  4. Tag Der Freiheit Unsere Wehrmacht (1935)
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  1. Rosen In Tirol (1940)
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  2. Es Lebe Die Liebe (1944)
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  1. Film So ein Flegel (1934)
  2. Heinz Rühmann Hauptsache Glücklich (1941)
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  1. Besatzsung Dora (1943)
  2. U-Boote Westwarts (1941)
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  3. 1941 Ohm Krueger
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  4. Fridericus - Der alte Fritz (1937)
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More Movies From National Socialist Germany
Sieg Im Westen
Victory in the West (1941)
 
The Nazi journal "Der deutsche Film" called Sieg im Westen "the greatest of all German newsreels. "Unlike many other German propaganda films, Sieg im Westen does not belittle the enemy, instead admitting that the French soldiers fought gallantly.
 
The war is presented "from above"; the battles are depicted as smooth forward advances on the map, with results from reports at the front.  The "encirclement" of Germany is depicted by showing prisoners of war from far-off countries.