Last Days of the Nazis

Last Days of the Nazis

Last Days of the Nazis

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release Date: 2015-04-21
  • Advisory Rating: TV-14
  • Episodes: 3
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 13.99


Last Days of the Nazis tells a story that’s rarely been broadcast on television. It’s the dark and compelling history of Nazism from the inside – from the perspective of the Nazis themselves. In 1945, the Allies rounded up and interrogated thousands of ex-Nazis, and these interrogations have become a fascinating, but largely forgotten, part of the historical record. Using these interrogations, we will dramatically bring to life accounts by Nazi death camp commandants, Nazi doctors, generals, architects, and members of the Hitler Youth. It is an inside look at the minds and motivations of the most evil regime in history.


Title Time Price
1 Smoke, Blood, and Mirrors 1:23:44 USD 3.99 Watch Now
2 The Executioners 1:23:26 USD 3.99 Watch Now
3 End of the Reich 1:23:24 USD 3.99 Watch Now



  • Did you all Censor the Critique of the shoddy History?

    By GodBlessTX
    Are we SERIOUSLY going to ignore the documented and well-known torture chambers all the allies held, especially the U.K. and USSR for any and all Germans they captured? The fact these men had families that were threatened? That we now know these confessions as described were so far from reality after scientists and all the available facts were gathered that you have to ask the question.... we broke their code, they thought impossible bc... well, no one invented a computer yet? Yet all of the sudden they're gonna be SO honest to make them seem worse than even the most uninformed historian would believe today? It seems as though you all had deleted the negative reviews critiquing the continuation of war-time propaganda that, a simple afternoon perusing the Yale Nuremberg court transcripts would have yielded more historical insight, at least into human nature and where we find ourselves at this current state of society in 2018.
  • Repetitious! Repetitious! Repetitious!

    By Home in Montana
    IMHO - approximately 85% of the material was repeated throughout all three episodes. There are many other excellent documentaries available. i suggest that you do not waste your time and money by purchasing these TV shows.