Glenn Beck has produced a documentary that discusses the truth behind the Nazi party and its roots in Marxism. He also discusses Mao Tse Tung, Joseph Stalin, and perhapes most importantly Ernesto "Che" Guevera, who is a liberal (Progressive) icon, particularly within the Hollywood and Rock music crowd.
Also extremely intriguing are the recordings of playwright George Bernard Shaw, considered by most anyone to be a great literary scholar and writer.
There are some rather graphic images, but most importantly there is extremely honest and graphic discussion about the methods used by these historical figures. The point of the documentary is to bring light to the side of each of these individuals that is not being taught in schools today due to the Progressive infiltration of our school system, as well as to battle the iconic symbolism that Hollywood attempts to create from these persons.
These decisions are always best left in the hands of parents, and therefore I would recommend you watch this documentary first before exposing it to children. I would recommend this documentary for anyone who wishes to educate your children, as long as they are middle school or older.. maybe 12 years and up. Of course you know your kids best... and I would definitely say this is the type of program that would be best served by some frank discussion afterward.
I would definitely say that this work offers information about the leftists association with Hitler and the Nazi party that children will never hear about in school. Stalin was discussed rather openly when I was in high school, but that's been since last century, so I don't know how relevant my knowledge is today. I can assure you that the information about Che Gueverra is extremely important and something that schools definitely are not teaching. There is some interesting discussion about Marx and Friedrich Engels that is probably beyond anything public schools are teaching today.
There are seven segments total, including the short closing at the end.