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Nicolas7507 wrote:Does ayone know the march in the beginning or even the whole song. I just cant get this melody out of my head.
Its called on youtube:
Lieder der SA - Berliner SA Sturm 5 - Lange Version
That file is some guy's mix of songs copied from the movie "Hans Westmar" (I've merged your post with the thread dealing with movie songs now); from page 1:
Ivan Ž. wrote:- Jugend marschiert (Ernst Hanfstaengl - Hanns Mießner)
- Der mächtigste König von Groß-Berlin (Anonym)
- Wir tragen an unserem braunen Kleid (Christian Jakob Zahn - Horst Wessel)
- Kamerad, nun laß dir sagen (Ernst Hanfstaengl - Oskar Wöhrle)
Hitler-Jugend in den Bergen
Director/Screenplay: Stuart Josef Lutz
Music: Friedrich Jung
Production Company: Stuart J. Lutz-Film, München
Release Date: 1932
SOUNDTRACK[list adjusted for the copy with duration 00:20:15]
00:01:14 Wem Gott will rechte Gunst erweisen (Friedrich Theodor Fröhlich - Joseph von Eichendorff)
00:04:18 Signal "Das Ganze" (Anonym)
00:04:23 Signal "Sammeln" (Anonym)
00:09:53 Preußens Gloria [AM II, 240] (Gottfried Piefke)
00:12:53 Ich hatt' einen Kameraden (Friedrich Silcher - Ludwig Uhland)
00:14:15 Ich hab' mich ergeben (Anonym - Hans Ferdinand Maßmann)
00:19:10 Horst-Wessel-Lied (Anonym - Horst Wessel)
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This movie is particularly interesting because of a scene used in two popular post-war works of art:
1. The ending scene from the movie "Hitler-Jugend in den Bergen", showing HJ members climbing a mountain with a Nazi flag, appears (in clips) throughout the famous opening scene of Sam Peckinpah's cult movie "Cross of Iron".
2. The same HJ scene was re-filmed in communist style (showing communists with a red flag instead of HJ boys with a Nazi flag) and incorporated (in clips, copying Peckinpah's "Cross of Iron" style) in the "Bulls on Parade" video by Rage Against the Machine.