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In film not seen in public since 1945, this doc offers harrowing first-hand eyewitness accounts of the process leading up to Hitler's Final Solution. Created under the guidance of famed Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal, this film will unveil the fateful stage by stage radicalization of the Final Solution from early calls for expulsion of the Jews to deportation, mass murder, and genocide.

Hitler's Holocaust is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on December 8, 2017.

Where do I stream Hitler's Holocaust online? Hitler's Holocaust is available for streaming on Ammo Content, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Hitler's Holocaust on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu online.

Ammo Content
1 Season, 6 Episodes
December 8, 2017
Cast: Simon Wiesenthal
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Hitler's Holocaust Full Episode Guide

  • 1944-1945: As Germany's military situation becomes more and more hopeless, Hitler focuses on his objective of genocide. His new goal is to prevent anyone from bearing witness to the unspeakable horrors. In January 1945, the Soviet army reaches Auschwitz. The liberators are deeply shocked by what they see: thousand of emaciated human beings are vegetating between life and death.

  • A look into courage and heroism in the face of impossible odds, and German soldiers who conspire to assassinate Hitler, but whose failure cost them their lives. The Jewish citizens of the Warsaw Ghetto who take arms against brutal SS units, and miraculously hold on for nearly one month, until, out of 380,000, only 70,000 are still alive. They, too, are now deported.

  • The inhumane conditions, under which Jews were forced to live in the ghettoes of Eastern Europe, before they were transported to the extinction camps.

  • 1942: Hitler proclaims the mass murdering a "deed performed for humanity and" and following Pearl Harbor, he declares war on America. He then focuses on the expansion of concentration camps in the first years of World War II.

  • 1939-1941: As murder of men, women and children becomes rampant, pogroms and deportation into Jewish ghettos are commonplace. Himmler, Hitler's executioner, is confronted with his own ordered atrocities when a victim's brain is splattered on his uniform. There must be a 'cleaner' way, he thinks, one that is 'easier' on the perpetrators.