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THE LAST DAYS IN ADOLF HITLERS BUNKER - INTERVIEW WITH ROCHUS MISCH
9/7/2020 4:52:09 PM
Hello Guys,

I (m25, german) have recently gained access to many old documentaries, films, interviews and film rolls related to WW2. Most of the stuff has never been published as it comes out of my fathers private archive and is still saved on analogue hardware. It containes many different formats, as HI8, DV, MiniDV, VHS, SVHS, 16mm, DigiBETA and more and was built 25 to 45 years ago. It contains more than 1000 hours of material in german language.

I have decided to digitize, re-edit and publish everything on YouTube because the material is really stunning and everybody should be able to see it.

My german channel is growing pretty good and so I have decided to translate everything we have to english and open up a second channel so that more people can watch our material around the globe.

Heres one of the first videos on the english channel:

THE LAST DAYS IN ADOLF HITLERS BUNKER - INTERVIEW WITH HITLERS BODYGUARD ROCHUS MISCH

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q3aaLd2lq8

ROCHUS MISCH (July 29 1917, † September 5 2013)
In this interview, Rochus Misch talks about his last days as a telephone operator in the Führer's bunker and about Hitler's and Eva Braun's suicide.

This interview was made in the mid-1990s and is one of the first that Rochus Misch gave. As a direct contemporary witness, he remembers the last days in the Führer bunker in Berlin and the fall of the Third Reich.
On September 24, 1939, Misch was seriously wounded in the arm and by a bullet through the lung during the Polish campaign in the battles for Modlin Fortress.
After his convalescence and on the recommendation of his company commander Wilhelm Mohnke (Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler), Hitler's chief adjutant at the time assigned Misch to the Führerbegleitkommando.
From 1940 to 1945, he was mainly active in Berlin (New Reich Chancellery), as well as in Berchtesgaden am Obersalzberg and in the Führer's headquarters.
After Hitler's cremation, Misch was one of the last to leave the Fuehrer Bunker in the early morning of May 1, 1945, after Goebbels had relieved him of his function as a telephone operator.

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