Swing Kids, which Takes Place in Nazi Germany
Swing Kids is an entertaining and interesting film about a different side of Nazi Germany that is overlooked. In the late 30s, many German teenagers rebelled against Nazi youth organizations (Hitler's Judgend or the H.J. for short), instead choosing to listen to swing music. These teens were known as Swing Kids. At the time, listening to swing music was illegal according to Hitler's rule.
Peter, Arvid, and Thomas were three such "Swing Kids," often attending music clubs at night, and were totally against joining the Nazi party. …
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