One weekend three groups met in the country.
They were: Working-class children from Liverpool; Members of a commune and youth workers at Formby Hall; A documentary camera crew
Jeremy Seabrook watched the fascinating outcome.
A thriller in three parts starring Peter Barkworth, Joanna Dunham.
A confession of murder in a suicide note should be conclusive....
Det-Sgt Harry Kennedy:
(Die totale Verfuhrung)
World War II in Europe ended more than 25 years ago. Yet the nightmare of the Nazi regime remains a memory of horror to people both inside Germany and in the world outside.
How could it all have happened? Why were the German people loyal to Adolf Hitler - the man who led them to war, mass murder and destruction? How did he win the large majority of the German people over to his cause? Tonight's film, made by a German television team for German audiences, tries to answer those questions.
Introduced by Derek Hart
Presented and produced by Friedrich Krummacher (ZDF Mainz)
(The making of a non Nazi: see page 3)
Presenter/Producer (ZDF Mainz):
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