Im toten Winkel

Im toten Winkel

Hitler's sekretärin = Blind spot : Hitler's secretary

DVD - 2003 | German
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Traudl Junge, Hitler's secretary, is interviewed and tells of her experiences with Hitler.
Publisher: Culver City, Calif. : Columbia TriStar Home Video, c2003
ISBN: 9781404923515
1404923519
Branch Call Number: GER 943.086 J95h
Language Note: In German with English, French and Spanish subtitles
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Blind spot : Hitler's secretary

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voisjoe1_0
Jan 28, 2020

The final statement of one of Hitler's young secretaries made decades after the end of WWII. She really had little knowledge of the war and although she lived in the bunker with Hitler, she did not have much knowledge about the war. She was only able to discuss the relationship of Hitler with Eva Braun and his top generals. The film only deals with her life in the bunker and has basically zero information about her life after WWII and about her feelings about the war except that she thought Hitler did the wrong thing.

Veepea Nov 03, 2017

After watching Der Untergang (The Downfall, about Hitler's last days in Berlin, based on this woman's memoirs) I ordered this documentary. It is very interesting to get the point of view of someone who worked so closely with Hitler. She is very honest about that time and how she feels in retrospect.

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akirakato
Feb 22, 2014

This is a 2003 87-minute interview with Traudl Junge (born Gertraud Humps on 16 March 1920), who was Adolf Hitler's youngest
private secretary from December 1942 to April 1945.
After typing out Hitler’s will, she remained in the Berlin Fuhrerbunker until his death.
She was arrested in June 1945 and imprisoned.
Junge was interrogated by both the Soviet and the American military.
Later, in post-war West Germany, she worked as a secretary.
Junge remained in obscurity until her old age, when she decided to publish her memoirs, claiming ignorance of the Nazi atrocities
during the war, but blaming herself for missing opportunities to investigate reports about them.
She talks, talks and talks about herself and Hitler and the people in Hitler's inner cirle and their last days.
It is a sincere and amazing story of Hitler's youngest private secretary, who died of cancer on 10 February 2002.

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