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Jan-Hendrik, why do you not add other documentaries yourself, the material Knopp and his fellows were producing, is less than 1(?) percent in this list, most of the best documentaries were produced in Germany and Austria, many years before the "Verknoppung"...Jan-Hendrik wrote:Mybe it would clever to mark any doku were Guido Knopp had his fingers , äh , input in ...
So everybody is able to notice which crap will be a waste of money
Sounds great!Reb wrote:And another:
Military Channel - Normandy Sherman vs. the Panzers or some such.
Probably the best doc I've seen. Ken Tout, Max Hastings, Rosen, Langanke, et al. Footage was awesome.
I couldn't believe I was seeing a non-biased first class look at the armoured fighting in Normandy.
There was a rather young looking fellow from HJ who was shall we say, unapologetic when the interviewing mentioned atrocities. Then to my complete amazement they examined it from both sides and noted that every allied vet interviewed had such stories to tell so it pointless to just blame the Germans.
Catch this one if you can.