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Feb. 4, 2005
In World War II, Jewish emigres helped undermine the Nazis. A new film tells their tale.
By Annie Nakao
San Francisco Chronicle

Dez. 31, 2004
The ‘Boys’ at the Front
By Tom Tugend
Jewish Journal, Los Angeles

Dez. 23, 2004
The Ritchie Boys
By Denis Seguin
Screen International, Toronto

Dec. 22, 2004

The Ritchie Boys
By Robert Koehler

Dez. 19, 2004
MFA screens Oscar hopeful "The Ritchie Boys"
By Rebecca Ostriker
The Boston Globe, Boston

Dec. 9, 2004

The Ritchie Boys
By Susannah Gora's Award Central

Nov. 29, 2004
»Here’s a war story that even History Channel has never told. A fascinating documentary with high entertainment quotient thanks to the fact that the film’s surviving subjects prove to be some of the most articulate, not to mention wittiest, octogenarians around.«
By Michael Rechtshaffen,
The Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles

May, 2004

At War Against Their Home Country
On D-Day the secret mission of the “Ritchie Boys” began:
German emigrants in US uniforms fought against Hitler’s Wehrmacht
REPORT by Christian Bauer
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May, 2004 - Nr.5
»In never-seen archival footage, whose quality and colour are dazzling, the film tells of the adventures and success, the courage and heroism of an unlikely band of individuals brought together by their will to fight Hitler and his Nazis.«
By Lucille de Saint-Andre
Echo Germanica, Toronto

April, 2004
Hot Docs selects The Ritchie Boys to open the 2004 Festival on April 23
Press Release, Toronto