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Postby Myron on 05 Jan 2008 05:48

Danke Don!

In 1933 the NSDAP produced a film trilogy (feature films). Can you give me film titles and directors?

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Postby reichpilot on 05 Jan 2008 06:08

Der Sieg des Glaubens - Leni Riefenstahl / S.A. Mann Brand - Franz Seitz / Hitlerjunge Quex - Hans Steinhoff

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Postby Myron on 05 Jan 2008 06:19

Almost!

Two out of three! Sieg des Glaubens is not a feature film but a documentary. Try again!

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Postby reichpilot on 05 Jan 2008 06:29

Hans Westmar. Einer von vielen. Ein deutsches Schicksal aus dem Jahre 1929 - Franz Wenzler

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Postby Myron on 05 Jan 2008 06:33

Correct! :D

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Postby reichpilot on 05 Jan 2008 06:45

In February 1936, a law was passed which left the ordinary citizen without any legal protection. What was the name of that law?

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Postby Myron on 05 Jan 2008 07:07

Decree signed by Göring, on 10 February 1936, became known as the "fundamental law" of the Gestapo. It stipulated the duty of the Gestapo was to investigate all hostile forces throughout the entire state... :?

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Source: An Illustrated History of the Gestapo (1992) by Rupert Butler, p. 68.
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Postby reichpilot on 05 Jan 2008 07:13

That would be it. I have it listed as the Gestapo Law. It removed the Gestapo from court jurisdiction.

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Postby Myron on 05 Jan 2008 07:27

A young zoologist and member of the SS lead an expedition sent by the Ahnenerbe to Tibet (1938). What was his name?

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Postby reichpilot on 06 Jan 2008 04:46

Ernst Schaefer

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Postby Myron on 06 Jan 2008 04:57

Ernst Schäfer is correct. Your turn.

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Postby reichpilot on 06 Jan 2008 05:11

Prior to them being reorganized into the Waffen SS, what was the groups original name?

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Postby Myron on 06 Jan 2008 05:42

SS-Verfügungstruppe?
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Postby reichpilot on 06 Jan 2008 05:56

That's it! Next!

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Postby Myron on 06 Jan 2008 05:58

What was the Party newspaper?

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