How Hitler Lost the War

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How Hitler Lost the War is a provocative account that challenges certain conventional theories surrounding the defeat of Germany in World War II. The program argues that Allied victory was due to strategic mistakes on the part of the Germans. Told from the fictional perspective of a high-ranking Reich military officer, the documentary features animated maps, documentary footage, and interview footage. Each source offers eye-opening information.
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Overview

How Hitler Lost the War is a provocative account that challenges certain conventional theories surrounding the defeat of Germany in World War II. The program argues that Allied victory was due to strategic mistakes on the part of the Germans. Told from the fictional perspective of a high-ranking Reich military officer, the documentary features animated maps, documentary footage, and interview footage. Each source offers eye-opening information.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/5/2005
  • UPC: 096009322199
  • Original Release: 1989
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  • Source: Platinum Disc
  • Presentation: Black & White
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:07:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 40,258

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Norman Rose Voice Only
Adolf Galland Participant
Hans Adolf Jakobson Participant
Johannes Steinhoff Participant
Jeffrey Page Participant
Christopher Foxley Norris Participant
R.V. Jones Participant
Technical Credits
Charles Boyd Editor
Robert Denny Screenwriter
David Hoffman Executive Producer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Rise and Fall of a Hubristic Dictator

    The DVD "How Hitler Lost the War" narrates succinctly the key mistakes that Adolf Hitler made in leading and micro-managing the conduct of WWII. To their credit, producer David Hoffman and his team clearly articulate the miscalculations and blunders for which Hitler was responsible in waging war on the Eastern and Western fronts. Unfortunately, this production takes big shortcuts in covering the second half of WWII. This production will appeal the most to whoever already has an in-depth knowledge of this period. To appreciate the documentary under review, less knowledgeable viewers will be better served by first watching other documentaries such as "The World at War" by A&E, "World War II" by the BBC, "The Century of Warfare" by the History Channel, or "Apocalypse La 2ème Guerre Mondiale" by France Télévision Distribution. In summary, the DVD "How Hitler Lost the War" is a nice addition for whoever has already acquired an advanced knowledge of WWII.

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