Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 32. Chapters: Triumph of the Will, Jud Suss, The Eternal Jew, Hitler Youth Quex, Wunschkonzert, Nazism and cinema, Titanic, Ohm Kruger, Heimkehr, Kolberg, Olympia, Das Erbe, Die Deutsche Wochenschau, Der Sieg des Glaubens, Hans Westmar. Einer von vielen. Ein deutsches Schicksal aus dem Jahre 1929, Tag der Freiheit: Unsere Wehrmacht, Friesennot, Theresienstadt, The Fox of Glenarvon, Fluchtlinge, Festliches Nurnberg, Sieg im Westen, Ich klage an, Wort und Tat, My life for Ireland, Kampf um Norwegen - Feldzug 1940, Vom Baumlein, das andere Blatter hat gewollt, U-Boote westwarts, Besatzung Dora, S.A.-Mann Brand, Eine Symphonie des Kampfwillens, Tran and Helle, Der Nurnberger Parteitag der NSDAP, Der Herrscher, Der Marsch zum Fuhrer, Feldzug in Polen, Erbkrank, Carl Peters, Opfer der Vergangenheit, Alles Leben ist Kampf, Der Postmeister, GPU, Der Westwall, Panorama. Excerpt: Triumph of the Will (German: ) is a propaganda film made by Leni Riefenstahl. It chronicles the 1934 Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg (the Nuremberg Rally was attended by Nazi supporters to promote the Nazi political party), which was attended by more than 700,000 Nazi supporters. The film contains excerpts from speeches given by various Nazi leaders at the Congress, including portions of speeches by Adolf Hitler, interspersed with footage of massed party members. Hitler commissioned the film and served as an unofficial executive producer; his name appears in the opening titles. The overriding theme of the film is the return of Germany as a great power, with Hitler as the True German Leader who will bring glory to the nation. Triumph of the Will was released in 1935 and rapidly became one of the best-known examples of propaganda in film history. Riefenstahl's techniques, such as moving cameras, the use of long focus..