Richard Dolan exposes how the Nazi party, in the 1930s, manipulated the German people into agreeing to what would become some of the most heinous crimes against humanity. First came the Reichstag fire on 1933 which was used to justified attacks against communists. Then in 1939, confusing radio broadcasts gave a false pretext to invade Poland. What the Nazi leaders learned from these actions, is that the public can always be brought to do the bidding of their leaders. All that is needed, is for the people to believe that they are being attacked, and then they will demand retribution against so-called aggressors.