“A Night At The Garden”: Harrowing Documentary Unearths Footage Of 22,000 Americans Attending A Nazi Rally In NYC In 1939

Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry’s A Night at the Garden captures a forgotten moment in time and a notable omission from the majority of history books, that of a Nazi rally which was held in 1939 at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on the eve of the Second World War and attended by 22,000 US citizens. Presented in fly-on-the-wall fashion, Curry’s latest political offering pieces together original footage of the rally, whereby producing a first-hand glimpse into the appalling ideology which would ultimately manifest itself in the following months. 

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