Heinrich Himmler was Hitler's most powerful disciple and had a big interest in the occult.
Erwin Rommel was Hitler's favorite general, a military marvel and the German Army's idol. He was also a morally conflicted high-ranking member of the Nazi Party, often refusing to carry out extreme orders and ultimately aiding an assassination plot against the Fuhrer. What happened? The truth about the Desert Fox reveals one of the most complex and intriguing figures of World War II. Join us as we trace his rise and fall through rare archival footage and interviews with Rommel biographers, historians, and the general's own family.
Hitler's personal relationships with women, and the roles they would play in the decisions of his life and death, are examined and presented with new insights into his fascination with young and vulnerable women and why they were interested in him.
Armaments minister and Hitler's personal architect Albert Speer convinced the world of his innocence in the Holocaust, but new evidence tells a different story.
Although he promoted himself as a humble man of the people, Adolf Hitler's rise to power wouldn't have been possible without the huge private fortune he amassed through generous donations from industrialists and exemption from taxes.
Rumors of madness, incest and suicide in Hitler's family.
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