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Title Hitler's games : Berlin 1936 / directed by Jérôme Prieur ; narrated by David Gasman ; produced by Dominique Tibi
Published Paris, France : Terranoa, 2016

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Description 1 online resource (57 minutes)
Summary Summer 1936. The Berlin Olympics, organized by the Nazi regime, acted as a grand showcase for an athletic, peaceful and rejuvenated Germany. Following lengthy debates, the great democracies of the world agreed to send their athletes to the Reich capital. For fifteen days, the Olympics made time stand still. The violence and hatred that held sway up until then in the streets of Berlin suddenly vanished, replaced by human communion around sport celebrations. This is the story of the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games, from the competition's meticulous preparation to the games themselves, transformed by Nazi propaganda into a grandiose spectacle dedicated to the glory of the Reich
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed October 22, 2021)
In English
Subject Olympic Games (11th : 1936 : Berlin, Germany)
Olympic Games.
National socialism and sports -- Germany -- Berlin
National socialism and sports.
Germany -- Berlin.
Genre/Form Documentary television programs.
Documentary television programs.
Documentaires télévisés.
Form Streaming video
Author Prieur, Jérôme, 1951- director.
Tibi, Dominique, producer
Gasman, David, narrator
Terranoa (Firm), film distributor.
Film Platform, film distributor.