Nazis-the occult conspiracy is a documentary about how the Hitler and the Nazis made use of occultism to win the war, and to remind the Germans that they were the best humans on the planet, the master-race. There are better documentaries around, but this is a solid documentary. There are many rare pictures from Nazi-Germany to be seen here, and you get to learn more about the religious beliefs of Nazi-leaders like: Hitler, Goebbles, Göring, Hess and Himmler.
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Have you watched Nazis: The Occult Conspiracy yet? What did you think about it?