Description:01 14 49 00 WWII. Conquest of Norway, on 1940. Close-up, Hitler's portrait which makes the coverage, the Channel one of the "Time magazine". Front page of New Week with John Dillinger's portrait, public enemy number 1. Close-up of Dillinger which smiles surrounded with his friend Hitler is compared with the gangster, the bandit. Symbol against the good and the law and order, the propaganda putting Dillinger and Hitler on the same register. Metaphor. Seen on car with gangsters who fire with machine-guns, squalls, scene of shooting in streets, stickup. Close-up policemen who fire with machine-guns. Front page of newspapers with stickups, quoted burglaries. Seen on coffin of dead Dillinger. Explain that had it to him the police to arrest Dillinger but for Hitler there is regrettably nothing. Close-up Hitler which laughs, victorious and cynical air. Destructive power of the dictator.