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001    900276076 
003    OCoLC 
005    20200904154405.1 
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007    vz uzazuu 
008    140908p20141951cau150        o   vlger d 
019    973353979|a1052669704|a1073114742|a1087040676|a1090769422 
028 52 1116590|bKanopy 
035    (OCoLC)900276076|z(OCoLC)973353979|z(OCoLC)1052669704
041 0  ger|aeng 
043    e-ge--- 
049    MAIN 
050  4 PN1997 
082 14 [E] 
245 04 The axe of wandsbek =|b(Das Beil von Wandsbek). 
264  1 [San Francisco, California, USA] :|bKanopy Streaming,
300    1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 150 min.) 
336    two-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
344    digital 
347    video file|bMPEG-4|bFlash 
500    Title from title frames. 
518    Originally produced by DEFA Film Library in 1951. 
520    Hamburg, Germany 1934: An executioner is needed. Teetjen 
       (Erwin Geschonneck) makes the biggest mistake of his life.
       Because his butcher shop is facing bankruptcy, he agrees 
       to execute a group of political prisoners for the Nazis. 
       Once this becomes known, Teetjen's life falls apart. The 
       Axe of Wandsbek was the only DEFA film made by Falk 
       Harnack, a former anti-Nazi resistance fighter who was 
       interested in exploring the involvement of the middle 
       class in Nazi crimes. Despite positive reviews, the film 
       was withdrawn shortly after its premiere; it became the 
       first East German film ever to be banned. The film is 
       adapted from one of the most important works by German-
       Jewish author Arnold Zweig; basing the story on real 
       events, Zweig wrote the novel in exile in Palestine in 
650  0 Motion pictures. 
650  0 National socialism. 
650  0 Nazis. 
650  0 Executions and executioners|zGermany (East) 
650  7 Executions and executioners.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00917772 
650  7 Motion pictures.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01027285 
650  7 National socialism.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01033761 
650  7 Nazis.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01035219 
651  0 Germany (East) 
651  7 Germany (East)|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01210274 
700 1  Harnack, Falk,|edirector. 
700 1  Braun, Kathe,|eactor. 
700 1  Geschonneck, Erwin,|eactor. 
700 1  Helmke, Gefion,|eactor. 
700 1  Kleinau, Willy A.,|eactor. 
700 1  Meissner, Ursula,|eactor. 
700 1  Schroder, Arthur,|eactor. 
990    Kanopy|bKanopy PDA US|c2020-09-04|yDeleted collection 
990    Kanopy|bKanopy PDA US|c2020-01-16|yNew collection 
990    Kanopy|bKanopy PDA US|c2018-03-20|yNew collection 
990    Kanopy|bKanopy PDA US|c2017-06-16|5WAL 
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