The Nazis also made a film called 'Titanic'. It was an anti-British propaganda piece about the famous shipwreck!
Long before James Cameron's epic masterpiece, "Titanic," the Nazis made a film about the disastrous shipwreck. "The Titanic" was released in 1943 as a German propaganda film. It was commissioned by Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels.
The film portrayed the sinking of the Titanic in an attempt to discredit British and American capitalist dealings and glorify the bravery of German citizens. "The Titanic" was set to premiere in early 1943 but the night before the event, the theater was bombed by Royal Air Force planes. It went on to premiere in November 1943 but was later banned from being shown in Germany.
The Royal Air Force also bombed and sank the ship that the movie was filmed on, the SS Cap Arcona. This resulted in three times the loss of life of the actual Titanic.