Heinrich Himmler - The Decent One

Heinrich Himmler - The Decent One
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Geoffrey

All in Himmler's words, all from his letters. The editorializing, the judgement is left entirely with the viewer (obviously influenced by hindsight and history). A very interesting film that never crowds the viewer. How the hideous and the domestic dwelled simultaneously in the lives of ...Read more

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