3D Nazi Footage Found

3D Nazi propaganda movies disovered.

New 3D footage made as Nazi propaganda movies has been disovered.

Discovered by Australian director Philippe Mora, the films date from 1936, pre-dating Hollywood foray into 3D by over a decade.

The first, named So Real You Can Touch It, shows bratwursts cooking on a barbecue. The second is called Six Girls Roll Into Weekend and stars actors believed to be from Germany’s wartime studio Universum Film.

Speaking about the films, Mora said: “The quality of the films is fantastic. The Nazis were obsessed with recording everything and every single image was controlled – it was all part of how they gained control of the country and its people.”

He addded: “They were made by an independent studio for Goebbels’s propaganda ministry and referred to as ‘Raum film’, or space film, which may be why no-one ever realised since that they were 3D.”