Taking responsibility

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Taking responsibility

TV drama reopens debate about Germans’ war guilt
Greta (Katharina Schuettler) walks through a prison in a scene of the wartime drama ‘Our mothers, our fathers’ (Unsere Muetter, unsere Vaeter).
A home is torched by German soldiers in a scene of the wartime drama ‘Our mothers, our fathers’ (Unsere Muetter, Unsere Vaeter). Millions tuned in last week to watch the three-part series, which follows five young Germans as they struggle through one of the bloodiest conflicts in history.
Viktor (Ludwig Trepte) is discovered as a German Jew by partisan leader Jercy (Lucas Gregorowicz), left, in a scene of the wartime drama ‘Our mothers, our fathers’ (Unsere Muetter, unsere Vaeter). With the wartime generation rapidly disappearing, the television drama about five young Germans in World War II has revived debate in Germany about the role ordinary men and women played in the Nazis’ murderous campaign to conquer Europe.

Taking responsibility

Greta (Katharina Schuettler) walks through a prison in a scene of the wartime drama ‘Our mothers, our fathers’ (Unsere Muetter, unsere Vaeter).
A home is torched by German soldiers in a scene of the wartime drama ‘Our mothers, our fathers’ (Unsere Muetter, Unsere Vaeter). Millions tuned in last week to watch the three-part series, which follows five young Germans as they struggle through one of the bloodiest conflicts in history.
Viktor (Ludwig Trepte) is discovered as a German Jew by partisan leader Jercy (Lucas Gregorowicz), left, in a scene of the wartime drama ‘Our mothers, our fathers’ (Unsere Muetter, unsere Vaeter). With the wartime generation rapidly disappearing, the television drama about five young Germans in World War II has revived debate in Germany about the role ordinary men and women played in the Nazis’ murderous campaign to conquer Europe.
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