The wave of suicides in the Reich at the end of WWII

In the USSR, Britain chose an ally of savages led by Bolshevik megalomaniacs. The Red Army committed countless war crimes against Germany and the German people, yet not a single one of the perpetrators have been brought to justice to this day.

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Excerpts from the book “Suicide in Nazi Germany” by Christian Goeschel

On 30 April 1945, when the military situation had become totally hopeless and Soviet troops were progressing towards the Reich Chancellery, Hitler killed himself together with Eva Braun, whom he had married a few hours earlier in his bunker. Other top National-Socialists were hardly surprised when they heard about Hitler’s suicide. Göring declared during an interrogation in October 1945: ‘We always knew that the Führer would kill himself if things were coming to an end. We always knew that. There is not the least doubt about it.’ Many National-Socialists committed suicide in 1945. Along with Hitler, top National-Socialists like Joseph Goebbels and Heinrich Himmler all committed suicide. Bernhard Rust, Reich Minister of Education, killed himself on 8 May 1945. Himmler committed suicide in Allied captivity (that’s not true – he was killed by the British Secret Service

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