A British cleaning woman believes a glass eye has magical powers that will protect her from harm. She travels from London to Berlin and manages to obtain a job as a cleaning woman at Hitler's headquarters. However, her assassination plan is foiled. But, she and other secret agents manage to escape to London during RAF bombing raid of the Reich Chancery.
Did You Know?
Moabit Prison was in the Moabit district of Berlin (part of the Tiergarten Borough and now part of the Mitte borough) and was used by the Nazi government and the Gestapo for holding prisoners for both political and criminal prisoners. It was demolished in 1955. The term Moabit also refers to the Central Criminal Court of Berlin. See more
The title on the door under Karl Dietrich's name - Sturmfuehrer - was the lowest commissioned officer rank, equivalent to a second lieutenant. It's inconceivable such a low-ranking officer would have such a large office in the Reich Chancellery next to Goebbels' and Himmler's. Additionally, that rank was obsolete after 1934 in the SS, and the character wears an SS uniform and collar tabs of a Standartenfürer - the equivalent of a colonel. See more
There goes the best cleaning lady in the 'ole bloomin' Empire!