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Resistance movement / Friday Feature Productions presents ; a Nathan D. Lee Production ; a film by Kathryn Lee Moss ; produced by Nathan D. Lee ; written & directed by Kathryn Lee Moss

Publication | Library Call Number: DVD-1013

Resistance Movement tells the incredible true story of three young LDS men -- Helmuth Hübener, Rudi Wobbe, and Karl-Heinz Schnibbe -- as they fight against Hitler. They are driven to tell the truth when they discover the Nazi regime is lying to the German people. They create the Helmuth Hübener group -- the youngest-known resistance cell of World War II -- and spread anti-Nazi leaflets throughout Hamburg, including posting them on Nazi bulletin boards. Fifteen-year-old Rudi is confident the small group can shed light on Hitler's wrongdoings; but when the Gestapo arrests them, the three young men are unprepared for the brutality and rigidity of the Nazi regime. Each of them has his faith severely tested. Accused of treason, the trio faces the infamous blood tribunal, and their lives are placed in the hands of Nazi party loyalists.

Format
Projected medium
Published
[United States] : Covenant Communications, [2013]
©2012
Language
English
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Record last modified: 2013-12-03 15:22:00
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