My Opposition: The Diaries of Friedrich Kellner

Genre:  Documentary, War
Running Time:  65 min.
Release Date: May 6, 2008 (limited)

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Friedrich Kellner was a junior judicial officer in Nazi Germany. Abhorring the policies of the regime, he wrote a series of diaries intended to alert people to the dangers of totalitarian ideologies.

His grandson, Robert Scott Kellner, while a young petty officer in the United States Navy, sought out his grandparents, coming away with the diaries that they had kept.

He promised to use the diaries as a weapon against fascism and racism. A fascinating journey that takes us from a small city in Germany to a Jewish orphanage in New Jersey and back to Germany.

Director: Fern Levitt

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