Here is Germany (1945) was made to prepare soldiers who had not seen combat to go to Germany for the US occupation after the May 8, 1945 unconditional surrender. The film was, however, never used for its intended purpose.
Here is Germany was a 1945 documentary film directed by Frank Capra. Like its companion film, Know Your Enemy: Japan, the film is a full-length exploration of why one of the two major Axis countries started World War II and what had to be done to keep them from "doing it again."
Money quote at 6:10.
It is hard to imagine that this was our once proud culture, producing this and so much material like it, at least not in the context of the current low state of the world. Can you even conjure up the idea of a world where the present-day US Government "War Department" commissioned Spielberg or Scorcese to direct a film on jihad and what has to be done to destroy it? "The same goosestep."
No, instead we get Diane Sawyer shilling for jihad.
They can't even bring themselves to stand up for the dead soldiers at Fort Hood -- instead they order soldiers to destroy evidence. Devastating.