Pestalozzis Berg (1989)
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In 1770s, the Swiss farmer, Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, established a school for poor orphaned children in the Aargau. Up to total exhaustion he sacrificed himself for his pedagogical theories. Five years later the project of the idealistic educator failed after bloody attacks of the French. In retrospect, the disappointed Pestalozzi experiences the last few months with "his" children.
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