Het Duitsland van mijn moeder

Jorien van Nes, Britta Hosman Long documentary - 2015 - 44 min.

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In 1945, some 14 million Germans made a hasty escape from the Ostgebiete to the German West. This exodus took almost two million lives. Among the refugees was a four-year-old girl who would later become Britta Hosman’s mother. In this six-part series, Britta makes a reconstruction of her family history that was always kept under wraps. A personal journey back in time, informed by letters, photographs, old maps and family stories. Hosman visits the places the family passed on their flight from Königsberg (now Kaliningrad) to Munich.

Credits

Executive Producer Linda Bos
Nicole Frints
Research
Katja Geelhoed
Sasha Ourikh
Dore van Duivenbode
Olaf Oudheusden
Director of Photography
Editing
Paul Delput
Sander Cijsouw
Rémi van der Heiden
Sound Editor
Sound on Set
TV Company
Website
Production Country
Netherlands