Nazi Movies To Watch

There are many Nazi movies that have been made since the end of World War II. Starting as early as 1946, the U.S. and other countries were making films that included the Holocaust, World War II, and the Nazis in their plot in some way. By the 1970s, there were almost 50 different movies that had some element of the Holocaust in them. There were also TV miniseries and documentary specials that were aired during the latter half of the 20th century as the world's fascination and thirst for knowledge regarding this event grew.
Some of the more popular Nazi and Holocaust narrative movies include:
The Diary of Anne Frank
The Ninth Circle
Judgment at Nuremburg
Jacob, the Liar
The Hiding Place
Holocaust (1978 miniseries)
Abraham's Gold
Schindler's List
Les Miserables
Voices of the Children
Apt Pupil
The Devil's Arithmetic
Anne Frank: The Whole Story (TV movie)
The Pianist
Out of the Ashes
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
In addition to these, which are mostly dramas or action movies, there are also a number of Nazi movies that are filmed in documentary style. Countries around the world have been making movies about the Nazis and the Holocaust for decades, providing a global insight on this event that is known as one of the most devastating in the 20th century.
Dramas are typically fictional, based on people or events but with most of the details made up to make a film that is appropriate for entertainment purposes. Documentaries, on the other hand, are very factual and to-the-point. They cover a variety of subjects and areas of interest, making it easy for you to find something that you might enjoy. Some of the documentaries that are available about the Nazis and the Holocaust include:
The Nazi Plan
The Nuremburg Trials
The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich
The 81st Blow
The Memory of Justice
Schindler: The Documentary
A Generation Apart
The Ties that Bind
Voices from the Attic
Children of the Shadows
The Holocaust: In Memory of Millions
Anne Frank Remembered
Children Remember the Holocaust (TV Special)
The Long Way Home
Auschwitz: The Final Witnesses
Into the Arms of Strangers
Exodus to Berlin
A is for Auschwitz
The Ninth Day
In Darkness
Hitler's Children
All of these films focus on different elements of the Nazis and the Holocaust. The interest in this huge event is likely to create a continuation of filmmaking as more stories come out and more opportunities to document new insights are found.