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Walter Möbius’ Movie Pick

Walter Möbius was born in 1937 and he has strong memories of the war years and the immediate post-war period. He also loves the city of Vienna, where he worked for many years. So his choice of his favourite movie of all time is fascinating: it’s Carol Reed’s noir classic The Third Man – set of course amid a Vienna still in ruins at the end of the 1940s.

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September 19, 2014

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Walter Möbius, survivor

Or: Kriegsgeneration
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Of course, many people from many different countries suffered terribly under the Germans in the Second World War. But Germans suffered, too. Men at the front. Women enduring terrible hardships and violence. Children left to fend for themselves. These are the people of the Kriegsgeneration – the war generation – and it’s only really in recent years that they have been telling their stories. One of this war generation is Walter Möbius, my latest guest on Talking Germany.

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September 19, 2014

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