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Thomas Mann (1875-1955), Deuxième Guerre mondiale
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Episode 7: Thomas Mann (1875-1955), Second World War
When the Second World War broke out, Thomas Mann was the most famous German writer in the world. Nobel Prize-winner in 1929, he was living in the USA and used allied propaganda to fight Hitler's dictatorship. His speeches drew increasing hatred amongst the Nazis and incomprehension within German public opinion...
Directed by: Thomas Briat (France, 2018)
Presented by: Frédéric Mitterrand.