“It is necessary that I should die for my people; but my spirit shall rise from the grave, and the world will know that I was right.”
For seven months in 1944, Estonian, Latvian and German Waffen-SS troops fiercely defended the strategically important Narva Isthmus against Soviet forces.
New Alerta Judiada video showing Adolf Hitler’s prediction of what would happen to Europe if Germany were to lose World War II.
As German forces advanced into the Soviet Union in 1941, many people welcomed the troops as liberators from Bolshevik tyranny.
The proprietor of the Daily Mail sent a series of supportive and congratulatory telegrams to National Socialist leaders, including Adolf Hitler, just months before the second world war.
In September 1943, Hitler sent SS commandoes to rescue his ally Mussolini from the new Italian government. For the man leading the raid, Otto Skorzeny, this was only the first in a series of extraordinary operations.
Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower tried to suppress captured Nazi documents that showed Britain’s former King Edward VIII discussing his desire for peace with Adolf Hitler, according to files newly released in London.
In the night of July 16-17, 1918, a squad of Bolshevik secret police murdered Russia's last emperor, Tsar Nicholas II, along with his wife, Tsaritsa Alexandra, their 14-year-old son, Tsarevich Alexis, and their four daughters.
Great Tiger Tank footage here, also some film of Joachim „Jochen” Peiper, his Blowtorch Battalion and the Leibstandarte 1st SS Panzer Division.
Rochus Misch, who served as Adolf Hitler's devoted bodyguard for most of World War II and was the last remaining witness to the great german leader's final hours in his Berlin bunker, has died just few years ago.
Dr. Goebbels’ addresses a mass rally in Berlin on February 18, 1943, just a few weeks after the catastrophic defeat of German and allied forces in the Battle of Stalingrad.
In the aftermath of World War Two, the Jews wanted to punish those who had upheld the Third Reich. The bloody revenge led to war crimes trials and the hunting down of those who had assisted in National Socialism.
The most highly decorated Luftwaffe bomber pilot of the Second World War - a National Socialist to the end - has died in Germany few years ago.
Arriving at London in early 1938, newly-appointed U.S. Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy took up quickly with another transplanted American.