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Am 8. November , als Hitler bereits Millionen von Menschen auf seine Seite ziehen konnte, sträubt sich der Widerstandskämpfer Georg Elser und möchte die Welt verändern. Um Hitler zu stoppen und den schrecklichen Terror des NS-Regimes zu. Elser – Er hätte die Welt verändert ist ein deutscher Spielfilm aus dem Jahr Der Film porträtiert den Widerstandskämpfer gegen den Nationalsozialismus. Georg Elser – Einer aus Deutschland ist ein (in englischer Sprache unter dem Titel Seven Minutes produzierter) deutscher Spielfilm aus dem Jahr Das, was den Film für mich hervorhebt ist die zurück genomme Inszenierung und die Konzentration auf Elser als Mensch. Gerade dadurch wird klar, dass Elser. Elser ein Film von Oliver Hirschbiegel mit Christian Friedel, Katharina Schüttler. Inhaltsangabe: Was wäre der Welt erspart geblieben wäre, hätte der Schreiner.
Georg Elser – Einer aus Deutschland ist ein (in englischer Sprache unter dem Titel Seven Minutes produzierter) deutscher Spielfilm aus dem Jahr Das, was den Film für mich hervorhebt ist die zurück genomme Inszenierung und die Konzentration auf Elser als Mensch. Gerade dadurch wird klar, dass Elser. Elser – Er hätte die Welt verändert ist ein deutscher Spielfilm aus dem Jahr Der Film porträtiert den Widerstandskämpfer gegen den Nationalsozialismus. Durch Lautsprecherdurchsagen, die auch in Konstanz übertragen werden, continue reading deutlich, dass Hitler das Attentat überlebt hat. Sein Elser ist ein "ladies man", einer, here den Frauen gefällt und das Leben scheinbar leicht nimmt, ein Jedermann vom Dorf. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. Zur Routine gehört auch, dass die Protokollführerin rausgeht. Kritik schreiben. Novembers vermutlich die Historie Europas click at this page der Welt verändert. Dirk W. Wie er es nicht mehr erträgt, dass click Elsa von ihrem Mann grün und blau geschlagen wird.
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It's not what he expected. They were 12 saboteurs. The Nazis killed 11 of them. This is the true story of the one who got away The breath-taking story of a man who nearly would have changed the world.
Written by Andrei. Oliver Hirschbiegel directed the celebrated war drama Downfall about the last week in the life of Adolf Hitler.
With his new movie 13 Minutes, he returns to the subject of life in Nazi Germany but this time events are set mainly in the years leading up to the war.
More specifically it focuses on a man who tried unsuccessfully to kill Hitler in the early months of a conflict that would go on to claim 55 million lives.
The man is Georg Elser, who was a carpenter who was unaffiliated with any political party. He worked alone and set up a bomb that was set to go off in a beer hall where Hitler had a scheduled meeting.
The film's title comes from the fact that the assassination attempt was ultimately unsuccessful, given that the Fuhrer left the target location thirteen minutes ahead of schedule.
Oddly, Elser is a man who is little known. This is especially strange when you consider how well known the later assassination attempt on Hitler by Claus von Stauffenberg is.
Elser by contrast seems to have been marginalised by history, which is why this film is so welcome as this is a man who deserves to have his story celebrated.
Aside from a few intimate conversations and moments, the details contained in this film are based on historical accounts. The structure of the story is told from the point that Elser is caught just after the bombing.
In taking this approach, the film is able to not only tell a historical drama but to also look at Nazi Germany in the years leading up to the war, specifically life in the countryside.
Life in German rural villages always seems somewhat idyllic as was exploited by the Heimat films of the time and so it is especially jarring to see life continue in such a place but with an ever increasing Nazi presence, initially shown by the presence of small groups of brown shirts through to large swastika flags draped all over town leading ultimately to active persecution of citizens.
People undesirable to the Nazis are taken away or pilloried by the authorities and the people of the village feel powerless to do anything about it.
The film considers just how hard it was to actually go counter to the Nazi system at the time, seeing that all aspects of life were geared against disobedience to the Nazi state.
The performances are universally excellent and the overall authenticity is impressive. This extends to some disturbing torture scenes which feature actual Nazi interrogation methods.
It's, therefore, a fairly intense film but one that surprisingly finds new things to tell us about a period in history which has had so many cinematic treatments and documentaries.
It should go some way to elevate Elser himself more into the public consciousness and ensure his actions are never forgotten.
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Rate This. During his confinement, he recalls the events leading up to his plot and his reasons for deciding to take such drastic action.
Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel. Added to Watchlist. Using his real name, he rented a room in the apartments of two unsuspecting couples, at first staying with the Baumanns and from 1 September, Alfons and Rosa Lehmann.
He soon became a regular at the Bürgerbräukeller restaurant for his evening meal. Over the next two months, Elser stayed all night inside the Bürgerbräukeller 30 to 35 times.
Working on the gallery level and using a flashlight dimmed with a blue handkerchief, he started by installing a secret door in the timber panelling to a pillar behind the speaker's rostrum.
After removing the plaster behind the door, he hollowed out a chamber in the brickwork for his bomb. He then left via a rear door, often carrying a small suitcase filled with debris.
Security was relatively lax at the Bürgerbräukeller. Christian Weber , a veteran from the Beer Hall Putsch and the Munich city councillor, was responsible.
While he worked at night in the Bürgerbräukeller, Elser built his device during the day. He purchased extra parts, including sound insulation, from local hardware stores and became friends with the local master woodworker, Brög, who allowed him use of his workshop.
On the nights of 1—2 November, Elser installed the explosives in the pillar. To celebrate the completion of his work, Elser recalled later, "I left by the back road and went to the Isartorplatz where at the kiosk I drank two cups of coffee.
Leaving them his tool boxes and baggage, he returned to Munich the next day for a final check.
The next morning he departed Munich by train for Friedrichshafen via Ulm. Hitler was welcomed to the platform by Christian Weber.
Unknown to Elser, Hitler had initially cancelled his speech at the Bürgerbräukeller to devote his attention to planning the imminent war with France, but changed his mind and attended after all.
As fog was forecast, possibly preventing him from flying back to Berlin the next morning, Hitler decided to return to Berlin the same night by his private train.
By that time, Hitler and his entourage had left the Bürgerbräukeller. The bomb brought down part of the ceiling and roof and caused the gallery and an external wall to collapse, leaving a mountain of rubble.
About people were still in the hall at the time. Seven were killed. Another sixty-three were injured, sixteen seriously, with one dying later.
Hitler did not learn of the attempt on his life until later that night on a stop in Nuremberg. When told of the bombing by Goebbels, Hitler responded, "A man has to be lucky.
My leaving the Bürgerbräu earlier than usual is proof to me that Providence wants me to reach my goal. Two days later, at the same location, an official ceremony for the victims of the Bürgerbräukeller bombing took place.
Hitler returned from Berlin to stand before seven flag-draped coffins as Rudolf Hess addressed the SA guard, the onlookers, and listeners to Grossdeutsche Rundfunk "Greater German Radio".
In his half-hour oration, Hess was not short on hyperbole:. At this time the German people take their sad leave of the victims of a gruesome crime, a crime almost unparalleled in history The perpetrators of this crime have succeeded in teaching the German people to hate After " Der gute Kamerad " was played, Hitler placed a wreath of chrysanthemums on each coffin, then stepped back to lift his arm in the Nazi salute.
The very slow playing of " Deutschland über alles " ended the solemn ceremony. When taken to the border control post and asked to empty his pockets he was found to be carrying wire cutters, numerous notes and sketches pertaining to explosive devices, firing pins and a blank colour postcard of the interior of the Bürgerbräukeller.
The next day, Elser was transferred by car to Munich Gestapo Headquarters. Himmler did this, but also assigned total control of the investigation to the chief of the Gestapo, Heinrich Müller.
Müller immediately ordered the arrest of all Bürgerbräukeller personnel, while Nebe ran the onsite investigation, sifting through the debris.
Nebe had early success, finding the remains of brass plates bearing patent numbers of a clock maker in Schwenningen , Baden-Würtemberg.
Despite the clear evidence of the German make, Himmler released to the press that the metal parts pointed to "foreign origin". Himmler offered a reward of , marks for information leading to the capture of the culprits, and the Gestapo was soon deluged with hundreds of suspects.
When one suspect was reported to have detonator parts in his pockets, Otto Rappold of the counter-espionage arm of the Gestapo sped to Königsbronn and neighbouring towns.
Every family member and possible acquaintance of Elser was rounded up for interrogation. At the Schmauder residence in Schnaitheim, year-old Maria Schmauder told of her family's recent boarder who was working on an "invention", had a false bottom in his suitcase, and worked at the Vollmer quarry.
On 9 November, as only one of many suspects being held at Munich Gestapo Headquarters, Elser did not attract much attention for a few days, but when face-to-face meetings took place with Bürgerbräukeller staff, waitress Maria Strobl identified Elser as the odd customer who never ordered more than one drink.
Later, on the basis of his Swabian accent, Elser was identified by a storekeeper as the man to whom he had sold a "sound proofing insulation plate" to deaden the sound of ticking clocks.
Huber had the idea of asking Elser to bare his knees. When he did, they were found to be badly bruised, the apparent result of working at low level during his night work at the Bürgerbräukeller.
Dr Albrecht Böhme, head of the Munich Kripo, was witness to a severe and prolonged beating of Elser, in which he said Himmler participated.
He later recalled: "But Elser, who was groaning and bleeding profusely from the mouth and nose, made no confession; he would probably not have been physically able to, even if he had wanted to.
His parents, siblings and their spouses, together with his former girlfriend Else Härlen, were taken by train to Berlin to be held in Moabit prison and then in the grand Hotel Kaiserhof.
His face was swollen and beaten black and blue. His eyes were bulging out of their sockets, and I was horrified by his appearance An officer placed himself behind Elser and, to make him talk, he kept striking him on the back or on the back of his head What he said was something like this: He had taken black powder from the Vollmer Company, and with this he had built a time bomb.
He had been induced to do this by foreign agents and had acted on their orders Härlen was left in no doubt that Elser was only repeating what his interrogators wanted him to say.
Apart from Maria Hirth and her husband, who were considered accomplices and imprisoned for over one year, the family members and Härlen were allowed to return home.
While in Berlin, Härlen received special attention, being interviewed by Heinrich Himmler, having an audience with Adolf Hitler, and being quizzed by Martin Bormann.
However, she did not help their cause, which was to find some fragment of evidence that Elser had not acted alone.
While in Berlin, Elser made five full-size drawings of the design of his bomb in order to persuade his interrogators that he was the sole instigator of the assassination attempt.
These drawings are referred to in the Gestapo interrogation report, but have not survived. Five days of torture, 19—23 November, produced the Gestapo Protokoll interrogation report.
The document was signed off by Kappler, Schmidt and Seibold for the "Kriminalkommissare". The report did not mention the interrogation of Elser's family members and Elsa Härlen in Berlin, as the report contains only the answers Elser gave to his interrogators.
On the vital question that he was the sole instigator, Elser had this to say:. I also had the intention, and considered in detail, to write from Switzerland to the German police to explain that I was the sole culprit in the assassination, no accomplice or accomplices have I had.
I would have also sent along an accurate drawing of my apparatus and a description of the execution of the deed, so that one could verify my claim.
With such a message to the German police, I just wanted to ensure that under no circumstances would any innocent person be arrested in the search for perpetrators.
When Himmler read the final report, he flew into a rage and scrawled in green ink on the red cover: "What idiot wrote this?
Discarding the interrogation report that found Elser solely responsible, Hitler proceeded to use the Bürgerbräukeller bombing for propaganda purposes.
On 22 November, German newspapers were filled with the story that the assassin, Georg Elser, had been funded by the British Intelligence Service, while the organiser of the crime was Otto Strasser.
He Hitler began to issue detailed directives on the handling of the case to Himmler, Heydrich, and me and gave releases to the press.
To my dismay, he became increasingly convinced that the attempt on his life had been the work of the British Intelligence, and that British SIS officers Best and Stevens, working together with Otto Strasser, were the real organizers of this crime Meanwhile a carpenter by the name of Elser had been arrested while trying to escape over the Swiss border.
The circumstantial evidence against him was very strong, and finally he confessed I thought it possible that the Black Front organization of Otto Strasser might have something to do with the matter and that the British Secret Service might also be involved.
But to connect Best and Stevens with the Beer Cellar attempt on Hitler's life seemed to me quite ridiculous. Nevertheless that was exactly what was in Hitler's mind.
He announced to the press that Elser and the officers of the British Secret Service would be tried together. In high places there was talk of a great public trial, to be staged I tried to think of the best way to prevent this lunacy.
On 13 November, Swiss authorities had expelled Strasser from Switzerland, after he was found to have made disparaging remarks about Hitler in a foreign newspaper in October.
The basement cells of the Berlin Gestapo Headquarters were notorious for the inhumane treatment of prisoners. It was rumoured Elser was kept imprisoned on the top floor until January or February Arthur Nebe told Hans Gisevius of Elser's frayed state during this period.
Gisevius wrote later,. Elser was just a shell of his former self because they the Gestapo had tried to squeeze information out of him by feeding him very salty herring and exposing him to heat, and then depriving him of liquids They wanted him to confess to some kind of connection, however vague, to Otto Strasser.
The artisan remained steadfast. Walter Schellenberg wrote of a conversation with Heinrich Müller , who told him,. So far I've always been able to break every one of these types that I've taken on.
If this guy had been treated to my beatings earlier on, he never would have thought up this nonsense. In a subsequent discussion, Hitler issued an order to Heydrich: 'I would like to know what kind of man this Elser is.
We must be able to classify him somehow. Report back to me on this. And furthermore, use all means to get this criminal to talk. Have him hypnotized, give him drugs; make use of everything of this nature our scientists have tried.
I want to know who the instigators are. I want to know who is behind this. Three days later, Schellenberg heard from Müller that three doctors had worked on Elser for twenty-four hours, injecting him with "sizable quantities of Pervitin ", but he continued to say the same thing.
Four hypnotists were summoned. Only one could put Elser into a trance, but the prisoner stuck to the same story.
The psychologist wrote in his report that Elser was a "fanatic" and had a pathological desire for recognition. He concluded by saying pointedly: Elser had the "drive to achieve fame by eliminating Hitler and simultaneously liberating Germany from the 'evil of Hitler.
While at Berlin Gestapo Headquarters, Müller put Elser into a workshop and ordered him to reconstruct the explosive device he used at the Bürgerbräukeller.
When Reinhard Heydrich and Walter Schellenberg visited Elser in the workshop, Schellenberg noted, "He [Elser] responded to questioning only with reluctance but opened up when he was praised for his craftsmanship.
Then he would comment on his reconstructed model in detail and with great enthusiasm. Elser's reconstruction of his Bürgerbräukeller bomb was held in such high regard by the Gestapo, they adopted it into their field manuals for training purposes.
Twenty-one Jews were killed by firing squad and all Jews in the camp suffered three days of food deprivation. The Gestapo descended on the village of Königsbronn to interrogate the inhabitants, asking the same questions over and over for months on end.
The village was stigmatized as a nest of criminals and became known as "Assassinville". Elsewhere, everyone who might have had contact with Elser was hunted down and interrogated by the Gestapo.
The quarry owner Georg Vollmer and his employees were severely beaten during Gestapo interrogations. Sentenced to 20 years in Welzheim concentration camp for negligence in dealing with explosive materials, Vollmer was released in after his wife petitioned Rudolf Hess through old connections.
Losing her mind in fear her husband would be taken away again, she died six months after his release. Prior to her death she started a rumor that a Zurich music dealer named Kuch, with a group of three Communists, had put Elser up to the assassination attempt.
Waldenmaier, the owner of the Waldenmaier armaments factory in Heidenheim, was more fortunate than Vollmer. With the backing of the Abwehr in , he received the War Service Cross First Class for significant contributions to the war effort.
In , a Gestapo man had told him: "In spite of repeated torture, Elser had stuck to his story that he had carried out the attack in order to save the working people and the entire world from war.
The Munich locksmith Max Niederholer, who had unwittingly supplied Elser with metal parts, was bound and beaten and detained for two weeks by the Gestapo.
Being born in London did not help his case. Maria Schmauder's father was subjected to lengthy interrogation, particularly as Elser had admitted to listening to foreign radio stations in his house—even though that practice was not banned until 1 September Mathilde Niedermann was interrogated over several nights by the Gestapo in She maintained that Elser was "completely uninterested in politics", even though it was in Konstanz that he became friendly with Communists.
Almost sixty years later, Mathilde and Elser's son, Manfred Buhl, spoke at the dedication of the Georg-Elser-Platz in Munich in —the same year he died.
Elser's lover Elsa Härlen said Elser "led a double life and completely separated his political life from his private life".
Generally his family had difficulty coming to terms with his confession as the sole instigator.
In , his mother continued to lay the blame on others saying: "I don't think my son would come up with anything like that on his own".
Elser never faced a trial for the bombing of the Bürgerbräukeller. After his year of torment at Berlin Gestapo Headquarters, he was kept in special custody in Sachsenhausen concentration camp between early and early Accommodated in three cells joined together, each 9.
Elser's apparent preferential treatment, which included extra rations and daily visits to the camp barber for a shave, aroused interest amongst other prisoners, including British SIS officer Payne Best.
He wrote later that Elser was also allowed regular visits to the camp brothel. Elser kept a photo of Elsa Härlen in his cell.
In early , Elser was transferred to the bunker at Dachau concentration camp. In April , with German defeat imminent, the Nazis' intention of staging a show trial over the Bürgerbräukeller bombing had become futile.
The order came into the possession of Captain S. The question of our prisoner in special protective custody, 'Eller', has also again been discussed at highest level.
The following directions have been issued: On the occasion of one of the next Terror Attacks on Munich, or, as the case may be, the neighbourhood of Dachau, it shall be pretended that 'Eller' suffered fatal injuries.
I request you therefore, when such an occasion arises to liquidate 'Eller' as discreetly as possible. Please take steps that only a few people, who must be specially pledged to silence, hear about this.
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