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Secrets and untold stories involving Hitler, Mussolini, and other notorious figures of World War II.

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Rudolf Hess' bizarre and enigmatic life as Hitler's right-hand man.
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The Nazis' alleged last stand in the German Alps and the treasure left behind.
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The secret operations carried out.
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The 1943 disappearance of a German sub off the coast of South America.
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Medical records of Adolf Hitler are revealed.
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The rise and fall of Hitler's favorite general, Erwin Rommel, is detailed, revealing the Desert Fox to be one of the most complex and intriguing figures of WWII.

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