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Deleted Scene: Swing Kids in Hamburg

  • Aired: 07/03/2014
  • 02:30
  • Rating: NR
In this deleted scene from "The Disappearance of Glenn Miller," London author and professor Les Back tells Tukufu about the underground jazz scene in Germany during World War II. Known as "swing kids," many young Germans embraced American jazz music and culture, even though it was forbidden by the SS.
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London professor Les Back tells Tukufu about WWII-era Germany's underground jazz scene.
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