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Hitler: The Final Chapter The Fate Of Adolf Hitler's Body DVD MP4 USB

Hitler: The Final Chapter The Fate Of Adolf Hitler's Body DVD MP4 USB
Hitler: The Final Chapter The Fate Of Adolf Hitler's Body DVD MP4 USB
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On May 1st, 1945, German radio announced that Adolf Hitler had died at his command post in the Reich Chancellery - but, as his successor, Admiral Karl Doenitz, declared that the Fuehrer had died a hero's death, a phantom voice cried out "this is a lie!". Thus the controversy surrounding the circumstances of Hitler's death had begun. In the days that followed, there were conflicting reports - assassinated? A stroke? A suicide? Some wondered if Hitler had died at all. Perhaps his death was a hoax, perhaps he had escaped and planned to return at a more auspicious time. One of the people most interested in establishing Hitler's fate was his arch enemy, the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. Upon hearing the first report, Stalin dispatched an intelligence team to Berlin to track down Hitler dead or alive. That team's findings were hidden from the West for nearly half a century. But, with the demise of the Soviet Union, they came at last to light - and as this documentary demonstrates, they offer a definitive and often startling account of the last days of Adolf Hitler. (Color, 1992, 46 Minutes.)