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Hitler's Miracle Weapons 52'

The documentary sheds light on the Nazi miracle weapons, the new and powerful arming strategy commanded by Hitler. The V2 rockets, the titanic Dora cannon or the 200-ton Mauss tank reveal the deadly, technical threat of modern wars.

HItler's secret son 52'

Does Adolf Hitler have a direct filiation? His mother's disclosures and several evidences allowed Jean-Marie Loret to believe he was the dictator's son.

Hitler's women 52'

The complex relations between Hitler and women during the third Reich.

Hunting Down the Nazis 2x45'

For the first time, a film recounts the story of the long pursuit of Nazis in hiding from 1945 to the beginning of the 21th Century. Decades of inves- tigations, set-backs, trials and dramas.

I Am Cuba

"I am Cuba" examines the various problems caused by political oppression as well as by great discrepancies in wealth and power.

In Love with Adolf Hitler 52'

It was a strange affair, full of love, lust and despair... That of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, his mistress from 1932 to their double suicide in Hitler's Berlin bunker, that fateful day in April 1945.

Inside Hiroshima 52'

70 years later, thanks to 5 photographs, discover what truly happened that day, under the Hiroshima cloud.

Ireland, a long road to peace 2x52'

A close look at one of the most significant conflicts of the late 20th century, revealing the troubled story of a country torn between its past and future.

Jackie without Jack 52'

A portrait of Jackie a few months after her husband’s death by acclaimed director Patrick Jeudy.

Karpov – Kasparov, two Kings for a crown 52'

Interwoven portraits of Anatoli Karpov and Garry Kasparov, whose 25-year bitter rivalry accompanied the fall of the USSR. The story of a duel between two chess giants, fighting a personal war in a world gone to ruin.

Maestros of the Camps 52'

One man has taken on a unique challenge: tracking down and performing all the pieces of music written in the concentration camps by men and women who used music as an act of resistance.

Mao's Great Famine 52'

Between 1958 and 1962, China went through a gigantic tragedy. The Mao’s « Great Leap Forward », initially created to boost the country’s economy, led to a tragic famine.

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