Hollywood's Pact with Hitler
Author Ben Urwand talked about his book, The Collaboration: Hollywood’s Pact with Hitler, in which he uncovers the relationship between studio executives and the German propaganda ministry. He argued that to continue doing business in Germany during the 1930s, including after Hitler’s rise to power and Kristallnacht, studios agreed to refrain from making films criticizing Nazis or their persecution of the Jews. close
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