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What’s it like to have a Nazi for a father?

My Nazi Legacy follows two men across Europe, both sons of prominent Nazis, one of whom tries to confront his father’s crimes, the other who denies anything ever happened

21 November 2015

9:00 AM

21 November 2015

9:00 AM

My Nazi Legacy

PG, Key Cities and on demand at Curzon Home Cinema

This is a documentary in which three men travel across Europe together, but they’re not pleasurably interrailing, even though there are often times they probably wished they were. For two of them, Niklas and Horst, the journey is about confronting their fathers, who were high-ranking Nazi officials responsible for the deaths of millions of Jews, while for the third, the eminent British human-rights lawyer Philippe Sands, it means visiting the place where his grandfather’s family was exterminated.

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