LAST LETTERS FROM STALINGRAD PDF

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Carl Jung wrote of the cruelty and darkness of the Third Reich. Adolf Hitler wanted to capture Stalingrad, but its people and its allies resisted. Watch a dramatization of the events. The soldiers discuss whether or not they should surrender to the Russian party.

Watch a dramatization of a soldier pondering the meaning of life. A former pianist realizes he will never play professionally again. Watch a dramatization of a soldier saying goodbye to his wife and children.

Another soldier realizes that he spent eight years worshiping the furor, but has now lost faith. A psychiatrist describes how Nazism grew because of a fear of being alone. Watch a dramatization of events where one soldier promises his family he will get home. Watch a dramatization where a soldier asks his wife for a divorce. Another says goodbye to his wife and realizes his life is over. A soldier dictates a letter to his father about witnessing a Russian driver whose legs were set on fire.

Another soldier cautions against writing to unknown soldiers. Most of the Nazi soldiers who participated in the battle of Stalingrad died, became ill, and never saw their homeland again. Watch a dramatization of the men's last thoughts about the war. Russian forces confiscated the letters and never sent them back to Germany.

For additional digital leasing and purchase options contact a media consultant at press option 3 or sales films. This video features a theatrical arrangement of the last letters from the great World War Two battle at Stalingrad in January , written by German soldiers before they were captured or killed.

Impounded by the German high command, the letters were never delivered -- they expressed feelings of fear, disillusionment, the uselessness of war, and introspection about the meaning of life -- considered too dangerous to be conveyed to the homefront. Actors: J. Length: 28 minutes.

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Last Letters from Stalingrad

Carl Jung wrote of the cruelty and darkness of the Third Reich. Adolf Hitler wanted to capture Stalingrad, but its people and its allies resisted. Watch a dramatization of the events. The soldiers discuss whether or not they should surrender to the Russian party. Watch a dramatization of a soldier pondering the meaning of life. A former pianist realizes he will never play professionally again. Watch a dramatization of a soldier saying goodbye to his wife and children.

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Last letters from Stalingrad

Originally published in West Germany in , the book was translated into many languages into English by Anthony G. Powell in , [1] and has been issued in numerous editions. The German High Command wished to gauge the morale of the troops of the encircled 6th Army , so they allowed the soldiers to write and send the letters which became the basis for Last Letters from Stalingrad. The letters were then impounded, opened, stripped of identification and sorted by content, before eventually being stored in archives.

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