Nuremberg: Nazi's on Trial Narrated by Matthew Macfadyen
Part I: Nuremberg - Nazis on Trial
Part II: Nuremberg - Nazis on Trial
Goering was Hitler’s charismatic and ruthless second-in-command. On trial for his life, the unrepentant Reichsmarschall turned the tables on the Allies. This documentary drama looks at Goering’s attempt to re-ignite Nazism from the courtroom and reveals the role that a Jewish psychologist played in Goering’s final defeat.
Part III: Nuremberg - Nazis on Trial
In the final episode of this gripping landmark series on the greatest trial in history, Ben Cross delivers a compelling performance as Hitler's deputy, Rudolf Hess. After his bizarre flight to Scotland in 1941 to offer peace to Britain, the Fuehrer had Hess declared insane. At Nuremberg, Hess's fitness for trial was at the centre of his case. He claimed not to remember his Nazi past and seemingly suffered from paranoid delusions. American psychiatrist Douglas Kelley (Stuart Bunce) and prison psychologist Gustave Gilbert (Adam Godley) sought to unlock the mystery of Hess's state of mind. What they found offers revealing insights into the psychology of Nazism
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