In the five years that separated the end of the Second World War from the start of the Cold War, the world had hoped for a lasting peace, but instead found itself on the brink of apocalypse. Five years of chaos and hope for the people of a shattered Europe, who became pawns in the games of the major powers.
Runtime: 60 minutes
After Hitler - Hunting Hitler - Netflix
Hunting Hitler is a History Channel television series based on the hypothetical premise that if Adolf Hitler escaped from the Führerbunker in Berlin at the end of World War II, how might he had done so and where might he have gone. The show was conceived due to the declassification of U.S. government documents including mostly anonymous or unsubstantiated claims made to the Federal Bureau of Investigation alleging that Hitler was still alive in the late 1940s. The original idea of the show was to investigate the claims to learn why they were made and whether surviving Nazis—particularly any of Hitler's right-hand men—escaped in a manner consistent with the loosely reported sightings made to the U.S. government. The second season expanded the sources for research to declassified documentation from CIA, MI6, and Argentinian, Russian and German authorities. A third season follows an Asset Mapping strategy to zero in on an escape route.
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