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This 90-minute film concerns the largely forgotten story of Hans Litten, a German lawyer who took on Adolf Hitler. Litten was half-Jewish and, needless to say, when he was later arrested and sent to the camps he was forced to wear a yellow star. In the Eden Dance Palace Trial of 1931, in which four Nazi storm troopers stood accused of criminal assault and attempted murder, Litten, a lawyer for the prosecution, requested the presence of Hitler as a witness. At the trial, Hans clearly outwitted Hitler, who was frequently unable to answer his questions. The Brown Shirts were convicted, but Litten’s victory was short-lived as, two years later, Hitler became chancellor and Litten was arrested. However, Litten continued his resistance against the Nazis and fought back from the concentration camps. Admission is free, but seating is limited. Register here: https://www.hmh.org/PurchaseTicket.aspx?EventID=917 SOLD OUT
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