Downfall (film)  

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Downfall (German: Der Untergang) is a 2004 German / Austrian film depicting the final ten days of Adolf Hitler in his Berlin bunker and Nazi Germany in 1945, written by Bernd Eichinger, directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, and based upon the books: Inside Hitler's Bunker, by historian Joachim Fest; portions of Albert Speer's memoirs; the memoirs of Traudl Junge; Hitler's Last Days: An Eye-Witness Account, by Gerhardt Boldt; doctor Ernst-Günther Schenck's memoirs; Hitler's secretary; and the memoirs of Siegfried Knappe.

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