This newly released video explores the strange story of how the Berlin Wall came down on Blutzeuge, Adolf Hitler's most "sacred" Nazi holiday: 9 November.
This in-depth documentary details how Hitler experienced what he described in Mein Kampf as a "supernatural vision" shortly after the collapse of the Second Reich on November 9, 1918, the failure of the Munich Putsch on November 9, 1923, establishment of the SS oath ceremony on November 9, 1925, establishment of Hitler's annual "Day of National Memory" on November 9, 1933, huge Blutzeuge celebrations held in Munich from November 9, 1933-38, the Kristallnacht pogrom against the Jews of Germany on November 9, 1938, the sudden death of Neville Chamberlain on November 9, 1940, the death of Israel's first president, Chiam Weizmann, on November 9, 1952, the Great Northeast Power Outage of November 9, 1965, the death of Charles DeGaul on November 9, 1970, and the sudden and mysterious fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989. This riveting production, featuring rare and seldom seen footage, illuminates many odd events and previously misunderstood aspects of the Third Reich
Price: $24.95 shipping and handling included. VHS (PAL, SECAM or NTSC) 60-minutes. Recommended for adults only. Timebase Interactive. Written and directed by R. H. Perez de Cruet.
Perez de Cruet is a journalist, filmmaker and former diplomat who has spent more than twenty years - researching and filming in Germany, Austria, the former Czechoslovakia and Poland. He is the winner of five national Telly Awards, and his book Myth, Magic and Mysticism in the Third Reich is scheduled for publication in 2006.