Last Days of the Nazis
Rarely broadcast on television, this dark history of Nazism is told from a different perspective - the Nazis themselves. In 1945, the Allies rounded up and interrogated thousands of party officials, war criminals, advocates, and Nazis. These interrogations are a fascinating, largely forgotten part of the historical record. Subjects include leading propagandist Julius Streicher; Albert Speer, Hitler's architect and minister of Armaments; the commandant of Auschwitz, Rudolf Hess; BDM leader Melita Maschmann; and Nazi doctor Karl Gebhardt. Through chilling testimony, this inside look into the minds and motivations of eyewitness participants presents a horrifying portrait of the most evil regime in history.