Covering the interrogation of Hanna Reitsch, believed to be the last person to leave Hitler's air raid shelter alive." />
PaperlessArchives.com has published "The Last Days in Hitler's Air Raid Shelter, Hanna Reitsch Interrogation.â€ť
Covering the interrogation of Hanna Reitsch, believed to be the last person to leave Hitler's air raid shelter alive.
Online PR News – 09-June-2011 – – Los Angeles, CA - BACM Research/PaperlessArchives.com has announced the publishing of a document collection containing "The Last Days in Hitler's Air Raid Shelter, Hanna Reitsch Interrogation.â€ť A World War II US Army Intelligence interrogation unit report on the interrogation of Hanna Reitsch. She is believed to be the last person to leave Hitler's air raid shelter alive.
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Reitsch was a famous female German test pilot. She was the only woman to win the German Iron Cross. The report gives her firsthand account of her flight into Berlin and her stay during the last days in Hitler's bunker.
The report gives her eye-witness account of the events happening in the German high command during the last moments of the War. U.S. Army Intelligence concluded that her account of her stay in the Hitlerâ€™s bunker is probably as accurate a one as could be obtained of those last days.
U.S. Army intelligence officers evaluated her information as reliable and reported that her story is remarkable in that she played a small part in events of the War's end; and that she had personal contact with the top-bracket German leaders as that end descended upon them.
When questioned about escape, she mentioned Hitlerâ€™s mental state and the hopelessness of the last-minute situation. Her own opinion was that the tactical situation and Hitler's own physical condition made any thoughts of his escape inconceivable.
Also in this set are the reports "Last Letters from Hitler's Air Raid Shelter" and "Condemnation of Goering by Hanna Reitsch."
The â€śLast Letters from Hitler's Air Raid Shelterâ€ť report deals with the fact that Reitsch was given letters to deliver by various occupants of Hitler's bunker during the last days. Included among them were letters written by Eva Braun and Himler. Reitsch had close contact with the leadership of the Luftwaffe. In the third report she paints an unflattering portrait of Commander-in-Chief of the Luftwaffe, Hermann GĂ¶ring to her U.S. Army interrogators.
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