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And now, for the weird story of the day
Posted by: McQ on Monday, March 31, 2008

You just can't make this stuff up:
Grainy pornographic films made for officers of the People's Army of former Communist East Germany have surfaced in the Stasi files in Berlin.

Movies with titles like Glass Dreams, Private Werner's Big Surprise and F***ing for the Fatherland were made by a secret unit set up within a barracks of the army in Biesdorf in East Berlin.
But, but ... isn't porn supposed to be something only to be found in the decadent West? Well, of course, but then generals and dignitaries in the East deserve a little entertainment, don't they?

Apparently:
According to the Stasi files, an "amateur film circle" was set up in Biesdorf in 1982 to make the films.

Dietmar Schuertze, 57, who now works as a media spokesman for the modern-day Bundeswehr, was back then both a sound assistant and actor in the parade ground productions.

"They were made, essentially, in secret but nothing got done in that man's army without the approval of the brass," he said. "They were made for their consumption anyway."
Loved this:
Some of the less shocking segments of the movies were shown on MDR TV on Wednesday night in Germany.

"I didn't recognise myself," said one soldier "Neither did my wife, thank God."
Heh ...
 
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"Neither did my wife, thank God."
LOL
 
Written By: Neo
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If I recall correctly, Hilter had such produced, as well, apparently in an effort to bring up a new generation of soldiers, to replace the ones lost in the war thusfar. That they wouldn’t be ready to wear the uniform for a decade and a half mattered, apparently not at all. Women were encouraged to have children, regardless of marital status.

Interesting how that works. The similarites are interesting.
Particualrly of interest is that of having children out of wedlock to give them up to the state. Certainly, the outcome of the nanny state, in any event. Fodder for many conversations, I think.

And a note to the anonymous soldier: Just because she didn’t say anything, doesn’t mean you were not recorgnized. And am I correct in my assumption that your wife can’t read?

 
Written By: Bithead
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One presumes that this was one Communist program for which there was no lack of volunteers.
 
Written By: kishnevi
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Private Werner’s Big Suprise.......


BWAH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

 
Written By: shark
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If you all remember, the beautiful and brilliant Katarina Witt was "listened to" by the STASI, in her many many moments of unbridled passion.

I wonder if she was also "seen"! What would THOSE tapes be worth?

 
Written By: eliXelx
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Remember the movie with Gene Hackman and Dan Akroyd, Loose Cannons (yes, I had to IMDB it, and looking for a Gene Hackman movie takes a long time), it had East German pr0n I think. Or maybe Nazi pr0n, I get those two confused. I blame Top Secret!
 
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