This documentary explores how the Nazi regime might have been stopped. It shows how the threat posed by Hitler was widely misinterpreted. It also explores how some countries took a policy of appeasement. Despite the fact that these policies inevitably led to World War II, many nations were unable to prevent the rise of the Nazis.
The documentary uses dramatic voice-overs by Dave Hoffman, and atmospheric music at key points. It also uses realistic camera angles and reality TV style shots to present the idea that Hitler might have been stopped. The Los Angeles-based production team collects new intelligence as they race against time. If you want to learn more about the Holocaust and how it affected many people, this documentary is for you.
In the movie, Hitler is in his early seventies, and is believed to be in poor health. In the film, he is briefly seen in the news on the day VA Day, but later is seen in person at his mountain redoubt. At the same time, the German military commander Rudolph Wegener is planning to kill Hitler at the behest of his superior, Heydrich. However, Wegener is aware of Hitler’s mental health and is tired of killing.
As the world came closer to World War II, Hitler withdrew into his bunker. The bunker was 55 feet beneath his chancellery and contained 18 rooms. In his bunker, he continued to give orders and meet with his close subordinates. One day before his suicide, he married his long-time mistress Eva Braun.
In addition to the wartime escape plans, the film shows how the Nazis’ escape network may have been disrupted. The film is based on real events, and there are a variety of theories as to how the Nazis might have been stopped. It is a fascinating and engrossing thriller.
While researching these theories, the authors of the book present a theory that the Nazis may have had an advantage in South America by constructing the notorious Rincon del Bonete dam. While these claims seem unlikely, the Nazis may have delayed their plans until the Cold War was heating up. Then, they could have used their V-3 cannons in Colombia to destroy Manhattan.
Adolf Hitler was born in Austria-Hungary and became the Chancellor and Fuhrer of the Greater Nazi Reich. Later, he was assassinated by a man named Martin Heusmann. This man, who had the power to stop the Nazis, was exposed by John Smith.