Nazi Collaborators (TV Mini-Series 2010)

TV Mini-Series   |    |  Documentary, History


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As shown on TV, Nazi Collaborators explores the fascinating and often shocking tales of how individuals from all walks of life: the privileged; the political elite; ordinary working men; ... See full synopsis »


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2 January 2013 | djv-6
Simplistic handling of subject casts doubt on series objectivity
The episode (#12) concerning Finland contains gross errors, misrepresents some subjects, grasps at straws at bewildering pace and, on the whole, seems tendentious, aimed at providing a biased view of the subject. It misses some very obvious points against the given view and interpretations of events, while providing a curious, single-threaded narrative that switches sides instead of providing objectivity using alternative explanations. This casts the whole series in a very suspicious light.

While the whole subject is definitely worth an objective look, I'm not sure this documentary series is up to the task.

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Documentary | History

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Release Date:

22 November 2010

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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