BBC - The Last Nazis: Children of the Master Race (2009)

Posted By : langtuchungtinh | Date : 15 Dec 2009 15:50:23 | Comments : 4 |

BBC - The Last Nazis: Children of the Master Race (2009)
English | XviD MPEG-4 codec | 640 x 404 | Mp3 ~ 128 kbps | 25 fps | 65 min | 755 MB

In Nazi Germany in the 1930's, a secret plan was hatched to create a so called Aryan Master Race of blond haired, blue eyed children. While millions of genetic undesirables were eliminated this elite was being bred to populate the new German reich. This project was called Lebensborn - the brainchild of SS chief Heinrich Himmler. He said: Should we succeed in establishing this Nordic race and from this seed bed produce a race of 200 million then the world will belong to us. The SS would be the sexual engine behind this world takeover bid. An eager Himmler ordered his men to mate, both in and out of wedlock, and claimed jubilantly "my men tell me with shining eyes that they have just had an illegitimate child." But he was frustrated by the time it took. To swell the numbers in the Lebensborn, the Nazis went on to kidnap 200000 Polish children for "Germanisation". 65 years after World War 2 ended this film reveals what became of some of those who were born and stolen to become the new master race. Guntram Weber reveals how he discovered he was the secret godson of Himmler. Folker Heinecketells how he was raised a German but discovered he was stolen from Poland. And Gisela Heidenreich tells how she grew up with a mother who helped Lebensborn create the Master Race.

They are accused of some of the worst war crimes of the 20th century. Now a final bid has been launched to bring them to justice before they die

At first glance, the mug shots appear to be a gallery of roguish grandfathers, but the octo- and nonagenarians are the 10 most-wanted fugitives of one of the most heinous regimes the world has ever seen. They are the last remaining Nazis, and the codename of the hunt to find them – Operation Last Chance – says it all

More than 60 years after the Nuremberg trials put the first of Hitler's henchmen in the dock; the Simon Wiesenthal Centre yesterday released its most wanted list of the remaining Nazi war criminals. The battle to bring them to justice is complicated by a mix of political apathy, legal wrangling, legendary powers of evasion and what Nazi-hunters term "misplaced sympathy" for the craggy-faced men in their twilight years.

"They are old, and the natural tendency is to be sympathetic toward people when they reach a certain age, but the passage of time in no way diminishes the guilt of the perpetrators," said Efraim Zuroff, the Jerusalem-based director of the Wiesenthal Centre. "If we were to put a chronological limit on prosecution, we would basically be saying you can get away with genocide."

The generation of Nazis who fought during World War 2 is almost gone, their lives, their actions, and their crimes soon to be consigned to history forever.

This sense of urgency, and of time running out, underpins The Last Nazis - a landmark documentary series about surviving war criminals living in the 21st century.

It's the last chance to tell these stories, to speak to these men; to enter their worlds; and uncover the impact their existence has had on others. Through intimate and unique access, this trilogy of documentary films tells three compelling stories.

Part 1: The Hunt for Dr Death: http://avaxhome.ws/video/TheHunt1.html

Part 2: http://avaxhome.ws/video/MostWanted2009.html

Part 3:


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Posted By: langtuchungtinh Date: 15 Dec 2009 16:50:48
Mirror links

Posted By: esblofeld Date: 16 Dec 2009 04:16:04
Sorry to be a pain - I've enjoyed learning more from both of the previous posts in this series, but is it possible that there's a missing part for this one? You have links to a part 1,2,3,4,5,6,8 but no part 7.

Posted By: itsartolie Date: 16 Dec 2009 05:20:43
Thank you, but as esblofeld said, part 7 is missing, please provide link.
Posted By: langtuchungtinh Date: 16 Dec 2009 07:04:45
Sorry, added the missing link: