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Wannseekonferenz Film Inhaltsverzeichnis VideoUNTER DEN LINDEN vor Ort - Die Wannseekonferenz und der geplante Massenmord Berlin, Januar Eine Villa am Großen Wannsee, Reinhard Heydrich, SS-Obergruppenführer, Chef des Reichssicherheitshauptamtes, engster Vertrauter und Mitarbeiter Himmlers, hat 14 führende Persönlichkeiten des Reiches zu einer. Die Wannseekonferenz (Originaltitel: Conspiracy) ist ein amerikanisch-britisches Filmdrama aus dem Jahr Der Film zeigt auf dokumentarische Weise die. Die Wannseekonferenz ist ein deutscher Fernsehfilm aus dem Jahre Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2 Kritiken; 3 Auszeichnungen; 4 Neuverfilmung. Der Film soll anlässlich des Jahrestags der historischen Wannseekonferenz im Januar im ZDF gezeigt und von einer Dokumentation.
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Heydrich opened the conference with an account of the anti-Jewish measures taken in Germany since the Nazi seizure of power in He said that between and October , , German, Austrian, and Czech Jews had emigrated.
Heydrich reported that there were approximately eleven million Jews in the whole of Europe, of whom half were in countries not under German control.
This would be a temporary solution, a step towards the "final solution of the Jewish question". Under proper guidance, in the course of the final solution the Jews are to be allocated for appropriate labor in the East.
Able-bodied Jews, separated according to sex, will be taken in large work columns to these areas for work on roads, in the course of which action doubtless a large portion will be eliminated by natural causes.
The possible final remnant will, since it will undoubtedly consist of the most resistant portion, have to be treated accordingly, because it is the product of natural selection and would, if released, act as the seed of a new Jewish revival.
German historian Peter Longerich notes that vague orders couched in terminology that had a specific meaning for members of the regime were common, especially when people were being ordered to carry out criminal activities.
Leaders were given briefings about the need to be "severe" and "firm"; all Jews were to be viewed as potential enemies that had to be dealt with ruthlessly.
Heydrich went on to say that in the course of the "practical execution of the final solution", Europe would be "combed through from west to east", but that Germany, Austria, and the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia would have priority, "due to the housing problem and additional social and political necessities".
The "evacuated" Jews, he said, would first be sent to "transit ghettos" in the General Government, from which they would be transported eastward.
He outlined categories of people who would not be killed. Jews over 65 years old, and Jewish World War I veterans who had been severely wounded or who had won the Iron Cross , might be sent to Theresienstadt concentration camp instead of being killed.
The situation of people who were half or quarter Jews, and of Jews who were married to non-Jews, was more complex. Under the Nuremberg Laws of , their status had been left deliberately ambiguous.
Heydrich announced that Mischlinge mixed-race persons of the first degree persons with two Jewish grandparents would be treated as Jews.
This would not apply if they were married to a non-Jew and had children by that marriage. It would also not apply if they had been granted written exemption by "the highest offices of the Party and State".
If such a marriage had produced children who were being raised as Germans, the Jewish partner would not be killed.
If they were being raised as Jews, they might be killed or sent to an old-age ghetto. In most of the occupied countries, Jews were rounded up and killed en masse , and anyone who lived in or identified with the Jewish community in any given place was regarded as a Jew.
Heydrich commented, "In occupied and unoccupied France, the registration of Jews for evacuation will in all probability proceed without great difficulty",  but in the end, the great majority of French-born Jews survived.
Very soon, , Jews of Hungary and parts of Czechoslovakia, Romania, and Yugoslavia occupied by Hungary were sent to their deaths by Eichmann, with the collaboration of Hungarian authorities.
Heydrich spoke for nearly an hour. Then followed about thirty minutes of questions and comments, followed by some less formal conversation.
Heydrich assured him that this was already the policy; such Jews would not be killed. Infafilm GmbH Manfred Korytowski Munich Austrian Television-O.
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FSK Frank Pierson. Loring Mandel. Nick Gillott. Stephen Goldblatt. Peter Zinner. Stanley Tucci : Adolf Eichmann Kenneth Branagh : Reinhard Heydrich Ben Daniels : Josef Bühler Owen Teale : Roland Freisler Nicholas Woodeson : Otto Hofmann Ian McNeice : Gerhard Klopfer David Threlfall : Friedrich Wilhelm Kritzinger Barnaby Kay : Rudolf Lange Ewan Stewart : Georg Leibbrandt Kevin R.
A precise, real-time exactly 85 minutes - the length of the actual event reenactment of the infamous Wannsee Conference, a meeting called in January, to map out the implementation of the Final Solution to the Jewish Question.
Written by Dawn M. Far above the bathetic histrionics of Kenneth Branagh in the recent "Conspiracy", this crisply chilling, almost real-time reenactment is among the most convincing works of historical evocation on celluloid.
Not so much because its overall interpretation is historically valid: as I noted in my review of "Conspiracy", there are grave doubts whether the Wannsee meeting can bear anything like the watershed significance historians imputed to it between c.
More recent research has pointed to the Conference being more or less what the one remaining "Protokoll" summary minutes stated: a second-level pow-wow of bureaucrats to arrange for the deportation of Jews to the German-occupied East, not a master plan for their destruction cooked up by leading Nazis.
But that is by the way. As the Interior Ministry's moderate Dr Stuckart, between wipes of his nose, points out: neither the British Empire nor the Soviet Union has yet been defeated, America is about to join in the date is a month after Pearl Harbor and there is danger in sweeping assimilated Jews and mixed-race people out of the Reich.
Some will escape to become mortal enemies of it when they might be co-opted. Other participants crudely call for total banishment of Jewry from the Altreich and the Polish "Generalgouvernement", grumbling about disease; but there are war-production and morale arguments on the other side, and the uniforms who start by seeming to spring wholesale evacuation on the suits as a fait accompli- Heydrich and "my Jewish consultant, Eichmann"- are willing to ponder exemptions.
All this is a far cry from the Goldhagenesque "eliminationist antisemitism" uncritically portrayed in "Conspiracy".
The German film is a more plausible picture of the clashes and compromises, the tired banter and one-upmanship, the relief of dirty jokes and the solemn courtesies one would expect of a gaggle of Teutonic bureaucrats who don't feel as assured of victory as they have to pretend.
The film is little more than facial expressions and dialogue, batted to and fro across the table; but every actor is right inside his part.
The sense of a warped community is potent, and the prowling encirclement by Heinz Schirk's camera reinforces this solidarity instead of just trying to fluff up the monotony of a bunch of men and one shockable stenographer talking.
Dietrich Mattausch looks far more like the real Reinhard Heydrich- tall, elegant fencer and violinist with a streak of treachery- than stocky little Branagh.
His unfailing politeness, with a hint of cold steel underneath, is more convincing than Branagh's Demon King.
This man knows what he wants, but his chairmanship is skilfully emollient. Gerd Bockmann's Eichmann is assiduous and dispassionate like the real Adolf E, who had no great personal animus towards Jews but was determined to get ahead in his sordid profession of "dispatcher".
Peter Fitz as Stuckart, the Jonah of the gathering, hints at distaste for the whole business while manfully arguing a pragmatic case for letting sleeping dogs lie.
Among the smaller parts, Martin Luttge as Major Dr Rudolf Lange- intellectual turned persecutor in an SS Special Action Group- stands out for his affectation of rough, half-reluctant practicality, telling civilian papershufflers the score.
Gloeckner Kamera Horst Schier Schnitt Ulla Möllinger Besetzung Dietrich Mattausch : Reinhard Heydrich Harald Dietl : Dr.
Alfred Meyer Jochen Busse : Dr. Georg Leibbrandt Peter Fitz : Dr. Wilhelm Stuckart Dieter Groest : Erich Neumann Rainer Steffen : Dr.
Roland Freisler Reinhard Glemnitz : Dr.Samstag, Victor Solms. Am Schluss des Filmes hinterlegt Empire 2. Staffel dem zweiten Satz des Streichquintetts von Franz Schubert wird der Zuschauer darüber aufgeklärt, was mit den Teilnehmern der Konferenz später geschehen ist.