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NAZI COLLABORATORS sheds light on the individuals and organizations outside of the Third Reich that assisted - knowingly or unknowingly - the Nazis in their evil quest to conquer Europe, the Middle East and Africa. This series exposes the truths behind the often overlooked stories of World War II, including Jewish political leaders who helped manage the relocation of fellow Jews from the Polish ghettos to concentration camps; puppet "fuehrers" in occupied territories like Croatia, Holland and Belgium; as well as the shocking alliance between Germany and the Irish Republican Army (IRA), which subscribed to the belief that their enemy's enemy is their friend in the struggle against Britain. While historians debate the rationales of these collaborators, which ranged from self-preservation to twisted reasoning of faith, all of them contributed to the Nazis' deadly war efforts. Featuring rare footage from that terrifying era, contemporary interviews with eyewitnesses and historians, and historic reconstructions to illustrate key events









Part One:

TRAITOR IN CHIEF

Pierre Laval was the French Prime Minister who turned on his nation, pledged his allegiance to the Nazis, and ultimately paid the price for his treachery.


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Re: Nazi Collaborators - Documentary TV series 13 episodes (2010)
« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2012, 08:32:59 PM »

Part Two:

HITLER'S INSIDE MAN

Chaim Rumkowski was considered a traitor after he was handpicked to lead the Jewish council governing the Lodz ghetto
and assisted the Nazis with the sinister logistics of the Final Solution.




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Part Three:

The Arajs Kommando

The awful truth is that some of the worst offenders responsible for the Holocaust were not German, and few were worse than the Latvian Viktor Arajs,
who formed his own unit known as Arajs Kommando and assisted with the genocide of over 30,000 Latvian Jews.




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Part Four:

The Belgian Collaborator

Belgian Leon Degrelle was a strong supporter of Hitler and ended up betraying everything that he once believed in - his faith, his country and his people.



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Part Five:

The Croatian Collaborator

The Croatian fascist movement was established by the Nazis as the puppet regime controlling the "independent" state of Croatia
and devoted members like Dinko Sakic oversaw brutal concentration camps.




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