Despite giving the Nazis fairly credible German Accents, their pronunciation of the few German words used are anglicized. This is particularly noticeable in the first briefing, when Frederick Rudd uses non-German pronunciations for the cities Berlin, Frankfurt, Stutttgart, Hamburg and Munich. See more
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Good afternoon, Mr. Briggs. The man you're looking at is Dr. Herbert Raynor, a dedicated official in Hitler's National Socialist Party. For the last 20 years, he's been in Spandau Prison outside of Berlin. On Tuesday of next week, Dr. Raynor finishes his sentence, and with his daughter flies immediately to Porta Ubera in South America, thanks to the generosity of an anonymous benefactor who has sent him a round-trip ticket. Our informants tell us other of Hitler's ...