German history: Taboo downfall - The Economist

German history: Taboo downfall

German history: Taboo downfall - The Economist
German history: Taboo downfall
Published Sep 11, 2004
397 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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A new Hitler movie reopens questions about the past PORTRAYING Hitler on screen has always been a taboo. If the Fuhrer were shown at all, it was for seconds, from behind or far away. Making him the object of a film seemed impossible....

  
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