Super 8mm | 6 x 120m/400ft | B&W | German sound | Original boxes
Print condition: VG
Mein Kampf (Sweden/Germany, 1960), directed by Erwin Leiser, is a classic documentary on the rise and fall of the national socialist movement in Germany. The film shows how Adolf Hitler and the nazis could rise to power and how they forced their way into many other countries. It depicts the terror of war and the holocaust. Director Leiser constructed his film from footage found in allied archives and from German propaganda films.
This full-length super 8 print consists of six parts:
1. Der Weg in die Diktatur 1914-1933.
2. Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer 1933-1934.
3. … und morgen die ganze Welt 1935-1939.
4. Am Beispiel Polen 1939.
5. Blut und Tränen 1940-1944.
6. Bilanz des Grauens 1944-1945.
Print condition is very good to excellent. The first reel is perhaps slightly less than excellent, as the sound level slightly fluctuates. All parts come in the well-known deluxe Atlas packaging. The plastic boxes sit inside larger cardboard boxes which include 10-page brochures. The boxes have small labels (see scan) and some traces of uses, but are still in good to very good condition.
A film that’s not often found complete.
Released by Atlas Film, Germany.