Win Secrets of the Third Reich DVD

09:20 11 June 2012

Win Secrets of the Third Reich DVD

Win Secrets of the Third Reich DVD


The history of the Nazi Party is filled with darkness and mystery. Perhaps no one will ever know the extent of what went on within its ranks.

Uncover the dark secrets of one of history’s deadliest regimes. Included within this remarkable set are two programmes that shed light on some of the most incredible stories that arose from one of history’s deadliest regimes: these are the Secrets of the Third Reich.

Messiah of The Power of Darkness

Unknown paths connect Berlin - the headquarters of Hitler’s Nazi Party - to the mysterious Shambhala: a mythical kingdom that is known in Buddhism as the ‘Pure Land’. According to legend no mere mortals dwell in Shambhala, only powerful creatures of the ancient Aryan race, which rose from the dead. Hitler believed in the reality of this mythical world and wished to

gain support from its leaders. Could he have formed his theory of a master race based on this ancient tradition?

UFOs of the Third Reich

In 1947, U.S. Admiral Byrd stood before Congress to explain why his fleet withdrew from their Antarctic mission. He announced that the expedition was “attacked by strange ‘flying saucers,’ which surfaced from under the water and moved with great speed, bringing heavy losses to the expedition team.” Who or what was actually responsible for chasing out the American expedition? Is it really true that German scientists had been developing a type of “flying-disc” machine?

• Two programmes that offer a unique insight into stories from World War II about which little is known.

• DVDs on the Nazi Party have remained consistent sellers and we expect this release to capture the imagination.

• Both programmes combine an unbeatable blend of mystery, intrigue, restored archive footage and expert knowledge, to make for absolutely fascinating viewing.

SRP £12.99 2 Discs

Out now from

To be in the chance of winning a copy of the DVD,just tell us;

What year did the World War 2 end?

A) 1950

B) 1945

C) 1950

Enter online at the link below, quoting “DARKSECRET”

Competition closes 11th of July 2012.

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