Had Hitler succeeded in conquering Europe, he would have crowned himself Holy Roman Emperor. The Nazis had in their possession priceless artifacts that would give Hitler legitimacy in his subjects’ eyes: the Crown Jewels of the Holy Roman Empire including the Spear of Destiny, alleged to have pierced Christ’s side at the Crucifixion. Looted from the royal treasury in Vienna, Austria, the Crown Jewels were hidden in a secret bunker deep beneath Nürnberg castle, known to few but Heinrich Himmler, his staff—and a captured German soldier whose family lived above it. As luck would have it, the officer in charge of interrogating the soldier was First Lieutenant Walter Horn, art history professor.
In April of 1945, just days after Hitler’s suicide, a small detachment of American troops discovered a vast cache of mysterious Nazi files hidden in a cave in Southern Germany. Contained in the documents was the key to unlocking one of the Nazis’ most shadowy projects: a hunt to discover a lost civilisation and the ancient knowledge it once possessed. This is the story of the Nazis' quest to re-discover the lost Aryan race and retrieve their forgotten secrets – including the Holy Grail. Under the command of Heinrich Himmler, it was a project that launched archaeological expeditions to remote and mysterious sites all across the globe. But it’s also the story of the corruption of rational scientists and how their research was perverted and used as a deadly weapon against the enemies of the Reich. It begins with a search for the lost island of Atlantis and a quest to find the Holy Grail, and ends with one of the worst crimes of the Holocaust.
Documentary that shows how Hitler and the Nazis sent teams of investigators across the world to probe the secrets of Atlantis, the Holy Grail and an ancient German "master race." The program explores how history was used as a political tool and how the theories of the Nazi historical department provided the ideology the SS used to justify genocide.
Recorded in 2005 and orderable only in advance from the Chumbawamba website, to be delivered upon the death of Margaret Thatcher. Thatcher died on Monday, 8th April 2013 and the CDs were mailed out the same day. Chumbawamba fans have received the Margaret Thatcher EP In Memoriam four years after pre-ordering the record. Fans first put in their orders after the alternative band from Burnley, best known for their 1997 hit “Tubthumping”, announced online in April 2009 that the memorial disk was “already recorded, pressed and ready to go”. Out of press and sale!
During the Nazi era, a Jewish woman on the run takes a trolley which passes near the Warsaw ghetto, where the uprising battle is taking place, and some passengers are struck by stray bullets. They take temporary refuge in an empty building, and there she has a chance meeting with her ex-fiancé. He offers to put her up–that is, hide her–for a few days. He's now married, a professional who lives in an idyllic suburb reached by a trolley that runs through the woods. His wife seems more committed to putting up the fugitive than he is. The story involves the neighbors, the building owner who avoids involvement and seeks solace in classic poetry, and the super and his suspicious wife.