The story of the invincible 'Silver Arrows' is an enduring legend, but who remembers that in the 1930s the cars racing under this famous name were massively promoted by the Nazis! Radio and TV journalist Eberhard Reuss paints a unique and richly illustrated portrait of the beginnings of German motor racing. Stripping away the myths that surround Hitler's race-track battles, he reveals the deep involvement of the motor industry and its top sportsmen with the Nazi regime.Über den Autor:
Eberhard Reuss has been a reporter, presenter and film-script writer at the Mannheim studios of South-West German Broadcasting for more than 20 years. He has produced numerous film and radio features about everyday life under the Nazi regime.
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