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World War II - European Theater - Hitlers Last Days

World War II - European Theater - Hitlers Last Days
World War II - European Theater - Hitlers Last Days
World War II - European Theater - Hitlers Last Days
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All of his life, Adolf Hitler had been obsessed with the musical works of German composer Richard Wagner. As a teenager living in Austria, Hitler was deeply inspired by Wagner's operas and their pagan, mythical tales of struggles against hated enemies.

In 1905, after seeing Wagner's opera Rienzi, young Hitler professed he would someday embark on a great mission, leading his people to freedom, similar to the opera's story. Hitler’s dreams and Wagner’s operas were not to be. His dreams became his and Germanys nightmare that finally came to an end during the last 10 days of his life, beginning Friday, April 20, 1945.

That day Hitler met for the last time with his top Nazis. The occasion was Hitler's 56th birthday, a dreary celebration inside the Führerbunker in Berlin. Hitler's choice to remain in the Führerbunker to the very end was made known to the German people via a special radio broadcast the hope that his presence in the Nazi capital would inspire all remaining fighting units in Berlin to hold out to the end as well.

Although the war was lost, Hitler, took pride in the knowledge that he had not allowed another repeat of 1918, when the German Army had meekly asked the Allies for armistice terms to conclude the World War I. This was all Hitler had left. Just a few years earlier, the Führer had been regarded by most German's as their greatest-ever military leader. Now, all that remained of his military legacy was the fact he had refused to give up no matter what.

The presentation covers the following:

The Dream of Germania
The Reality Of Germany
Wagner’s Inspiration
The Beginning of the End
Hiding in the Bunker
Hitler Seeks to Inspire
Hitler’s Stubbornness
Hitler’s Breakdown
Goring’s Inquiry
Goring’s Telegram to Hitler
Goring’s House Arrest
Himmler Offers Surrender Terms
The Situation Worsens
Hitler Orders Himmler Shot
Russian Army Closes In
Hitler’s Marriage
Hitler’s Personal Last Will & Testament
Hitler’s Last Political Testament
Battle of Berlin Rages Above
Aides Leave the Bunker
Last Message to the High Command
Death of Mussolini
Preparing for His Own Death
Final Staff Goodbyes
Final Conference & Meal
Hitler Commits Suicide
Hitler’s Bodies Destroyed
Hitler’s Death Announced
Goebbels Death
Germany Surrenders
A German Woman’s Musings
A Jewish Woman’s Musings
Death Toll of World War II
The Question of Justice
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World War II - European Theater - Hitlers Last Days
World War II - European Theater - Hitlers Last Days
World War II - European Theater - Hitlers Last Days
World War II - European Theater - Hitlers Last Days