The Last Führer: Karl Dönitz and the End of the Third Reich

The West’s confused approach to Germany after Hitler’s death damaged its relationship with the Soviet Union.

Karl Dönitz stands accused of war crimes, Nurember, November 2nd, 1945. Press Association Images

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