Articles Tweet The Importance Of Watching A Hitler Film Hitler remains one of the most well-known tyrants in history, and has been the subject of a huge number of books, fictional movies, and documentaries. As a result, he has become almost a kind of enigma. Many people only know him based on accounts of him in film, even if they vaguely understand what he stood for and what his goals were. As a result, reading up on him and watching a film on Hitler that focuses on facts and specifics is important. The atrocities that he caused are too great to ignore, and too important to let become distorted by fiction. Many schools, classes, and even parents often turn to films to educate students and themselves. And films about Hitler are certainly one of the best ways to go about understanding the madman that ruled Germany with such hatred. The best films will take a factual look at Hitler and help understand his reasoning as well as his history. They also help to highlight the ways that he was able to manipulate an entire country into believing that racism and genocide were acceptable. There are other films that can help shed light on the long legacy that Hitler has left behind. Looking at the tyrant is important, but so is understanding the way that his actions impacted so many others, whether it is the survivors of the Holocaust's concentration camps or even the descendants of the madmen who helped Hitler carry out his plans. The Third Reich and Hitler created a black eye on history that will forever be present, and to this day survivors and descendants continue to understand what happened and struggle to come to terms with the past. Educating one's self about Hitler and what he did is vital for our future. Already, the number of Holocaust deniers is growing – while still small, an alarming number of people have begun to profess doubt that the Holocaust even occurred. Maintaining a solid education about Hitler helps expel these erroneous notions. And of course, investigating the man and his methods also helps to ensure that in the future the same mistakes won't be repeated. The Holocaust was engineered by Hitler, but it was the complacency of individuals and entire nations that allowed it to reach its grotesque heights. By learning more about how this came to pass, future atrocities could likely be avoided. It begins with understanding more about the man that caused such suffering, and a film is a good way to do just that. Please help us with our fight towards Holocaust Denial. Donate by purchasing our DVD "Hitler's Children" or contribute to our FB Page. Thank you! Photo credit: Elvert Barnes / Foter / CC BY Did Adolf Hitler Have Kids? Why Did Hitler Hate Jews And Want To Eliminate Them?