Ratjen's body lies buried in a cemetery in Bremen, but it still doesn't rest in peace. The film begins with original footage from the s showing the two high-jumpers. It was at around this time that Germany's top three female high-jumpers -- Bergmann, Ratjen, and Elfried Kaun -- met for the first time. The head of the department, Professor Hartmut Bosinski, has been researching the case because he says it shows that boys can't be brought up to be girls. Surrounded as she was by women, Dora remained a loner. Hitler and his sports minister were greatly concerned about national comparisons, and determined to demonstrate the German nation's sporting superiority.
Dora discovered a love of sport, joined Komet Bremen Athletics Club in , and after graduating from high school she became a packer in a tobacco factory. The Ratjens were simple folk, and although they later took over a bar, they barely made enough money to live on. In fact, the documents suggest the Nazis only discovered the true identity of their model athlete much later. The athlete hesitated for a moment, then said that she was indeed a man. Kaun eventually won the bronze medal in Berlin, and year-old Ratjen finished fourth. The athlete hesitated for a moment, then said that she was indeed a man. We just thought, 'She's strange. Surrounded as she was by women, Dora remained a loner. We just thought, 'She's strange. Documents Suggest Nazis Didn't Know Dora Was Male The previously unknown police file contains statements by Ratjen and his father as well as a lot of material gathered by the authorities, including several letters to Reich Sports Minister Hans von Tschammer und Osten. They had their doubts, but decided to take the midwife's word for it. Hitler and his sports minister were greatly concerned about national comparisons, and determined to demonstrate the German nation's sporting superiority. Whereas Kaun and Ratjen were among the "chosen," as the German press dubbed them, Bergmann was left out by the Nazis shortly before the start of the Games. Was Ratjen a hermaphrodite, a transvestite, or simply a boy whose sex had been incorrectly identified at birth? Ratjen's body lies buried in a cemetery in Bremen, but it still doesn't rest in peace. He even threatened to examine her. But from the age of 10 or 11 I started to realize I wasn't female, but male. Then she would be guilty of obstruction, the detective replied. In an interview shown at the end of the movie, Bergmann speaks about the case from her adopted home in the United States. It was grotesque that someone could still be that shy at the age of Then she would be guilty of obstruction, the detective replied. Nine months later Dora contracted serious pleurisy and pneumonia. In "Berlin '36" the Nazis go in search of a replacement for prospective gold-medalist Bergmann, and in so doing find Ratjen, whom they send out to compete against women although they are fully aware he is a man. Dora Ratjen was arrested at Something wasn't quite right, he told the doctor. He even threatened to examine her. The Ratjen case is one of the biggest sporting scandals in which a man dressed in women's clothes managed to fool his rivals.
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