The Final Archives of the Führerbunker (Hardback)
Berlin in 1945, the Chancellery and the last days of Hitler
In the press
As seen in the Daily Mail: 'Never-before-seen documents from Adolf Hitler's final days in his underground bunker have come to light more than 70 years later after being kept as a souvenir by a French soldier.' Read the piece in full online here.
Includes photographs of the documents that survived the fires set in the bunker at the Chancellory in Berlin in April 1945, from the last orders sent out to drawings by Bormann's children. With a description and diagrams of the bunker where Hitler oversaw the disintegration of his armies in April 1945, and account of the last days there. A unique snapshot not only into the last days of the Third Reich but also into Berlin following the end of World War II.
Featured inDespatches, the magazine of the International Guild of Battlefield Guides - Spring/Summer 2021 issue