Henry, Clarissa and Hillel, Marc

Henry, Clarissa and Hillel, Marc
   A French journalist, Marc Hillel investigated for three years with his German wife (Clarissa Henry) on the Lebensborn ("Founts of Life") founded by Heinrich Himmler in order to create a race of blue-eyed and blond-haired Aryans. The fruits of their researches were a documentary and a book (1975 Au Nom de la Race, Editions Fayard, Paris).
1975 ◘ Au Nom de la Race (documentary; also screenwriter)

Encyclopedia of French film directors . . 2011.

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