tv Reel America The Making of the Nazi - 1943 CSPAN September 7, 2019 3:40pm-3:53pm EDT
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[speaking foreign language] >> those documents are birth records, proving that they are pure aryan. hanz seems to be ok for the time being. this passport with space for 12 thatren, a subtle hint germany needs soldiers. as a reward, they get a copy of germany's bestseller. now let's see what happens to one of hitler's children. hansrgarten, and little learns a fairytale of the new order. remember the story of the sleeping beauty? hans was taught that the wicked and sleepingocracy beauty, who can she be?
the distortion of this tale has a purpose in molding the nazi mind. one day, hans became sick. his mother was praying that her son gets well. if they are unfit, they are taken away by the state and never heard from again. >> [speaking german] >> heil hitler. >> heil hitler. [speaking german] >> this superman has just reminded hans's mother that
unless this coddling stops, the state will have to step in and take over. cons -- hans recovered. back in school, he is giving his daily pledge to fight, obey, and die for his fuhrer. >> [speaking german] is about schoolteacher to give the class a lesson in natural history. >> [speaking german] >> now let's see what they learn
from this lesson. >> [speaking german] >> he said the poor rabbit. is he out of his mind? >> [speaking german] [laughter] fuhrer think the of such a stupid answer? now, who can give the correct answer? >> [speaking german] >> the world belongs to be strong. and to the brutal. a coward and deserves to die. they spit on the rabbit.
nice kids. >> good. [speaking german] >> he hates the rabbit. there is no room for weaklings. hans is learning fast. my, how he hates that rabbit. hans has come around to the correct nazi way of thinking. eh, adolf? >> [speaking german] >> yes, this lesson is the basis for the nazi creed, for germany will likewise destroy all week and cowardly nations. weak and cowardly nations. germans are a super race. all others will be slaves.
planted in notes seed of laughter or mercy. for him, only marching and heiling. ilingn finds him still and marching. now he is a good nazi. he sees no more than the party wants him to, says no more than what the party wants him to and does nothing but what the party wants him to. so, he marches on with millions of comrades, trampling on the rights of others, for now his education is complete. his education for death. ♪
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