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Just then Lilija, having been freed by the Russians and now in their service as an officer, shows up, interrupts the rape, and saves Charlotte from further harm execution by arranging her inclusion as a nurse in the Soviet field hospital.
She does however proceed to shoot Sonja, stating there was nothing she could do to alter a death penalty for a collaborator , noting that she has at least saved her from suffering sexual abuse at the hand of the soldiers.
At the war's end, she, Wilhelm, and Viktor have a solemn reunion in the rubble of the bar where Greta worked. Greta Katharina Schüttler is a bartender at a local tavern in Berlin, and an ambitious singer who wants to succeed by any means.
When the Gestapo officer Martin Dorn crashes their going-away party in the pilot episode , she admits to possessing the Teddy Stauffer swing-dance record the five friends are dancing to in order to stall the officer and prevents her Jewish boyfriend Viktor from being discovered out past curfew.
She starts a love affair with Dorn to try to worm out of the charges of incitement; Dorn, in return, promotes her career for propaganda efforts.
When she becomes a threat to his own marriage, he organizes a USO -like road show in the midst of the Eastern Front.
She is briefly reunited with Friedhelm, Wilhelm, and Charlotte in her improvised dressing room after her performance, but cuts short the reunion much to the other friends' dismay to attend a private party held by the senior commanders.
Greta is stranded when her driver and pilot leave her behind at the start of the Battle of Kursk as she takes too long to pack her belongings.
Charlotte forces her to help tend to wounded Heer soldiers at her field hospital, and the experience clearly traumatizes Greta.
By chance she manages to return to her bar in Berlin, where she openly expresses her doubts in the Endsieg to a group of partying soldiers, and angers Dorn by revealing their affair to his wife, both of which lead to her getting arrested and imprisoned for Wehrkraftzersetzung "subversion of the war effort" and defeatism.
When she is arrested, she reveals that she had become impregnated by Dorn. He is shocked by this and then punches her in the stomach hard, to end her pregnancy.
She is imprisoned and eventually executed by a firing squad in the final days of the war. Viktor Ludwig Trepte is Greta's secret lover.
Because of his Jewish background both of them live in constant fear that they will be accused of Rassenschande "racial shame", "racial defilement", or "racial pollution".
Attempting to help him escape deportation, Greta manipulates Dorn into giving him a passport to the USA, but Dorn double-crosses him and on the day of his departure Viktor is arrested by Gestapo and sent to a concentration camp.
On the way there he escapes from the train, along with a Polish woman named Alina, and joins a group of Polish Armia Krajowa partisans.
During his time there he has to keep his Jewish background a secret due to widespread anti-Semitism within the group.
As the group is about to carry out an ambush on a motorized Wehrmacht squad, Viktor, by chance, recognizes Friedhelm as one of the drivers, and feigns his participation in the attack allowing Friedhelm to pass safely through the ambush and inadvertently saving the life of Hiemer, his SD officer passenger.
Later, the group ambushes and raids a German train for weapons, whereupon they discover that a large part of its cargo is Jewish prisoners, whom they refuse to free.
A conflicted Viktor decides openly to defy them and frees the prisoners, angering the other partisans who consider executing him.
However, their leader, having become sympathetic towards Viktor, allows him to walk away from the group in peace. Just after Viktor leaves, the partisans are betrayed and their hide-out is attacked by Friedhelm's squad, but Friedhelm recognizes Viktor and allows him to escape amidst the confusion, having shot SD officer Hiemer who has also appeared.
After the end of the war Viktor returns to Berlin to find out that both his parents and Greta are dead, that new residents have taken over his family's apartment, and that Dorn is now a member of the allies' postwar administration under the protection of U.
At the end of the war Viktor reunites with Charlotte and Wilhelm in the rubble of the bar where Greta worked. Friedhelm Tom Schilling is a sensitive young man who has no ambitions as a soldier.
His comrades deride him as a foolhardy coward who puts their lives at greater risk and they beat him up after it is perceived he gave away their position to a Polikarpov Po-2 "sewing machine" by lighting a cigarette.
Friedhelm becomes emotionally hardened and ruthless throughout the Eastern front campaign, willingly executing prisoners, and leading a charge to take a Russian telegraph station after witnessing his brother's apparent death by a Panzerfaust.
He is shot by his fellow soldiers when they mistake him for a Russian when he had stolen a Russian uniform to escape from aforementioned telegraph station upon its recapture by the Red Army.
Charlotte manages to save him by begging the chief surgeon of the field hospital to operate on him, despite the surgeon's bleak triage assessment.
Before being sent back to Berlin he tells Charlotte mistakenly that Wilhelm perished in the Panzerfaust attack. But during a raid on a Polish partisan group, Friedhelm has a chance encounter with Viktor, and when Hiemer orders him to shoot Viktor, Friedhelm instead betrays and kills Hiemer, allowing Viktor to escape.
Friedhelm orders them to stay put and walks alone towards the enemy aiming his rifle at them causing himself to be gunned down.
The Volkssturm soldiers surrender after witnessing Friedhelm's futile death by fire from a Maxim machine gun. It was filmed in sound stages and backlots at Studio Babelsberg in Potsdam   and on location in Germany and Lithuania   as well as in Latvia.
Originally, Viktor was to escape to France and finally to return as a regular soldier with the US Army. This part of the script was changed to a solution which could be produced on already available locations.
The show was broadcast with English subtitles. Italian state broadcaster RAI showed the series divided into two parts on the Rai 3 channel over two consecutive evenings on 7 and 8 February Audience figures were 1,, 5.
When shown by Swedish public broadcaster SVT in late May , it received very high viewing figures, the highest ever for a non-English language import.
Flemish public broadcaster VRT aired the series in six parts on Canvas starting Tuesday 4 February both in standard and high definition.
Danish public broadcaster DR aired the series over two consecutive evenings beginning 9 May It was aired on its culture channel DR K.
When the series aired in Germany in March , each episode had some 7 million viewers. The series was awarded the Deutscher Fernsehpreis German Television Award for the best multi-part television film of The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung wrote that the film would give the remaining survivors of the World War II generation an opportunity to discuss it with their families.
The film had introduced a new phase in historical films on the Nazi era. The historian Norbert Frei praised the film for showing, for the first time on German television, an unvarnished portrait of Germany's war against the Soviet Union, including the participation of the Wehrmacht in murdering Jews, the shooting of hostages as reprisals against partisan resistance, and the looting of homes vacated by Jews.
He wrote that the film did not present idealised one-dimensional figures, but people of broken character who become aware of their shared guilt.
Several German historians criticised the film. It showed all Germans as victims. The film showed nothing of the love and trust that Hitler inspired in German youth, or of the widespread belief that Germany deserved to rule Europe.
In reality, he wrote, these "mothers and fathers" were a highly ideological and politicised generation, who wanted Nazi Germany to win victory, because that would be right.
The historian Habbo Knoch said that the film failed to show how the Nazi system functioned. The film showed year-old characters who became victims of war, but missing were the to year-old Germans who built the Nazi system and supported it out of a mixture of conviction and self-interest.
The film should have shown those who profited from the Nazi system. The Poles are shown as even more anti-Semitic than the Germans.
Furthermore, they are presented as convinced ideological anti-Semites, whereas the German characters are portrayed mostly as not ideological.
Soviet soldiers are presented in a primarily negative light. A critic in the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger called the film kitschy, devoid of deeper meaning, and morally worst, full of pathetic self-pity.
The film's message was "We perpetrators of war crimes didn't have an easy time. The film provided an epiphany for those who had always known that not only Jews were Hitler's victims, but more important — all Germans were Hitler's victims.
Many Polish viewers were outraged at the depiction of Poles as anti-semites. Tygodnik Powszechny described the film as "falsification of history" in depicting all Poles as fanatical anti-semites, even more so than the Germans who are shown as "basically good people" misled by the Nazis.
Poland's largest daily newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza published a review under the title "Who can explain to the Germans that the Armia Krajowa was not the SS?
Their recipe, he wrote, "tastes like a western movie, but in the background waves a flag with a swastika. Commenting its success in Germany, The Economist wrote that some German critics suggested that, "putting five sympathetic young protagonists into a harrowing story just offers the war generation a fresh bunch of excuses.
Jackson Janes, president of the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies at the Johns Hopkins University , commented that the series "does not filter the Nazi atrocities nor the reality of war.
Instead, it tries to portray how the millions of people who followed Hitler into the catastrophe he created were attracted to the vision he offered, only to then be confronted with trying to survive it.
Scott stated that by not showing the Nazi death camps, Generation War perpetuates "the notion that ordinary Germans were duped by the Nazis and ignorant of the extent of their crimes.
According to the NPR review by Ella Taylor, the film depicts how totalitarianism corrupts almost everything in its path, including individual responsibility.
The New Yorker reviewer David Denby wrote that " Generation War has the strengths and the weaknesses of middlebrow art: it may be clunky, but it's never dull, and, once you start watching, you can't stop," and "the old accepted notion that the barbarians were confined to the S.
The series acknowledges what scholars have established in recent years: that the Wehrmacht played a major role in committing atrocities in the occupied countries.
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