PG-13 | | Documentary, History
This docudrama draws parallels between the dramatic fracturing of the nation over Abraham Lincoln's presidency and the presidency of Donald Trump.
One scene was filmed at Munich's Hofbrauhaus. Hitler and the National Socialists held their very first meeting there on February 25, 1920. Hitler gave his infamous "Why We are Antisemites" speech there on August 13, 1920. From 1933 to 1939, the Nazi party celebrated its anniversary there. On the night of April 24-25, 1944, the Hofbrauhaus took three direct hits by allied bombers, and was almost destroyed. It was rebuilt, and is one of the most famous beer halls in the world. Swastikas painted on the ceiling are still visible, camouflaged as Bavarian flags.
The name of Heinz Linge, SS-officer and Hitler's servant, is credited in the closing credits as "HeinzE Linge".
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