The story of Hollywood in Weimar is essential to understanding how the American studios (and thus American culture) dealt with the Nazis. To ignore its impact is to risk misunderstanding the issues of the 1930s, both large and small. Any simple interpretation of the American film studios' connections with the Third Reich belies the actual interactions of those involved. Claims to the contrary, and efforts to slap empty labels on them, inevitably fail to convince.

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