Real Nazi marches played today in public

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Re: Real Nazi marches played today in public

Post by GregSingh » 25 Aug 2018 11:44

Thanks Ivan.

Pretty strong bass drum, quite in contrast with a "soft" introduction in French! :D
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Re: Real Nazi marches played today in public

Post by Ivan Ž. » 25 Aug 2018 13:10

Cheers, Greg.

(Notice that right when they start playing the part "What our fathers created was wasted so soon. The Führer called, we follow man after man...", the camera zooms-out, filming a huge French flag in the background :D)


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Re: Real Nazi marches played today in public

Post by Teppeny » 29 Oct 2018 14:30

GregSingh wrote:
24 Aug 2018 12:40
Robert Küssel's "Soldaten - Kameraden" (not sure if this one was a "real Nazi", there was something there about the Führer...)

Here without singing, by Harmonie Batterie Municipale de Calais...

Something funny, is that before the begining of the song, the woman is saying "...Une autre marche allemande de Robert Küssel" (An other german march by Robert Küssel) and then, the person who is behind the camera says "Une marche allemande, plutôt nazie ! ha ha !" (A german march, rather Nazi ! ha ha !)

I don't know if the guy knew that it was a Nazi song, or that he was saying that just for the joke. :D

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