The Day Hitler Died

As Russian and Allied forces surrounded Berlin in 1945, Hitler took refuge in a bunker beneath the crumbling city. What exactly happened in that claustrophobic labyrinth has long been a mystery, until now. Relive Hitler's final days, detailed through never-before-seen interviews with the men and women who were with him during those last desperate moments. These recordings, lost for decades, but recently found in an archive in Pittsburgh, tell the untold story of the Fuhrer's final days, in the words of the people who were there.

Year:
2015
Length:
50 minutes
Country:
Director:
Michael Musmanno

4 Responses

  1. jewishfilmfests says:

    Rare Interviews With Hitler’s Inner Circle Reveal What Truly Happened on “The Day Hitler Died”

    http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/rare-interviews-adolph-hitler-inner-circle-smithsonian-channel-180957283/?no-ist

  2. jewishfilmfests says:

    Uncovering Details About ‘The Day Hitler Died’

    Following the reported death of Adolf Hitler at the end of World War II, speculations arose about his potential escape, with some claiming that the dictator was still alive somewhere. Judge Michael Musmanno, a Pittsburgh native, naval officer, and controversial judge in the Nuremburg Trials, made it his mission to prove that Hitler was, indeed, dead and gone.

    http://wesa.fm/post/uncovering-details-about-day-hitler-died

  3. jewishfilmfests says:

    Documenting Hitler’s dying day

    A new documentary on the Nazi leader’s death is based on testimony collected by Michael Musmanno, the legendary Pittsburgh judge

    http://www.post-gazette.com/ae/tv-radio/2015/11/15/Hitler-s-last-day/stories/201511150078

  4. Joe Zborovsky says:

    I lived on the same street (Island Ave.) Mckees Rocks (Stowe TWP) PA 15136 as Michael Musmanno, He was at least 50 years older than me and about 20 years older than my father. There was also a building at the red light for a turn off to McCoy Rd. that was often used for many large Musmanno’s campaign Posters.

    Musmanno was highly respected in McKees Rocks (especially Stowe Twp.)

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