Headlines against Hitler
The journalists of the Münchener Post recognised the danger posed by Adolf Hitler as early as 1920. Consistently and fearlessly they wrote about National Socialism. “Munich plague” or “poison kitchen” Hitler called them and sent thugs into the editorial office. The courageous editors and their newspaper are almost forgotten today. Only one book has been published about them – and that in Brazil.
|Written and directed by:||Ute Bönnen und Gerald Endres|
|Dokumentation: Alex Pomp|
|Editorial advisor:||Ivan Bouso, Axel Gundolf|
|Production:||Sarah Krawietz, John Braun|
|Executive producer:||Jasmin Gravenhorst|
|Filming location:||München, Berlin|