TELEVISION / BRIEFING: The true colours of dictatorship
Tuesday 18 May 1993
This fascinating film, shot by an amateur enthusiast, has been discovered recently under a pile of wood in a cellar and is shown on 'Good Morning Mr Hitler', the last in the present series of WITHOUT WALLS (9pm C4). Luke Holland, the producer, has rounded up many people who were there to view the 16-minute film, rich in brown shirts and red flags. One woman spots her old boss. A Hitler sympathiser praises the Nazi art on show, saying its sense of order made her want to dash home and tidy up.
A footnote: the Haus der Kunst, in which Hitler is seen railing against 'decadent, sickening' art, is now a disco.
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