By 1945, Nazi Germany had seen two years of increasing losses on the Eastern front, the involvement of the United States in the war, and the arrest of close ally Benito Mussolini - early in the final year of the war, it was clear that the Nazi German empire was crumbling quickly. In early 1945, Adolf Hitler and his long-time lover Eva Braun would take refuge in the Fuhrerbunker, where they would allegedly take their lives at the end of April. In the final part of our "Nazi Conspiracy" series, we take a look at events that led to the quick rise and fall of Nazi Germany, the last days of Hitler, and the conspiracies about his alleged suicide.
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Intro/Disclaimer: Josh McLellan (http://www.fiverr.com/joshmclellan)
Music: Hell March by Frank Klepacki