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Billy Wilder Accidentally Steps Into The Shot

On April 16, 1945, The Americans took footage of the Buchenwald concentration camp. Rather than handing this off to a solider, the Americans brought in Jew director, Billy Wilder. Wilder is famous for directing Marilyn Monroe in “Some Like It Hot.”

Billy Wilder started his film career in Berlin as a screenwriter. In 1933 with the rise of Hitler, Billy Wilder decided to head to America where he continued his work in film this time for Hollywood. By 1945, Wilder is shooting his Buchenwald propaganda film. The fact that a Hollywood Jew who was forced to flee with the rise of Hitler was in charge of directing the Buchenwald film makes it obvious that the film is nothing more than German-Hating Propaganda.

Billy Wilder

Billy Wilder

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