National Geographic looks in some detail at 6 of the many close brushes with death Adolph Hitler had at the hands of assassins. The potential for the plots to succeed are examined as is the unpleasant fate of the would be assassins.

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Erik Thompson ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Arlo Hemphill ...
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Jason Bice ...
German Army Staff Officer
Mark Bradbury
John DeGaetano ...
(as John Degaetano)
Scott DeGrave ...
German Army General Staff Officer
Matthew Farrell ...
(as Matt Farrell)
Audie Foote ...
Chief of the General Staff of the Luftwaffe
John Gresham ...
Himself - Weapons & Security Analyst (as John D. Gresham)
A.J. Hunt ...
Gestapo Interrogator
Christopher R. Jackson ...
Himself - Historian (as Christopher R. Jackson PhD)
Greg Martin ...
Himself - Antique Firearms Collector
Roger Moorhouse ...
Himself - Author, Killing Hitler
Craig Morris ...
Himself - Narrator (UK version)
Karl Mossberger
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National Geographic looks in some detail at 6 of the many close brushes with death Adolph Hitler had at the hands of assassins. The potential for the plots to succeed are examined as is the unpleasant fate of the would be assassins.

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21 December 2015 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

introduction in a fight who seems, in many moments, Utopian. men looking the best manner to destroy the evil. analysis, reconstruction of the details, verdicts. not the most inspire rhythm to present the story. but one of documentaries who transforms the image of the period. because it presents not exactly cases but an idea. because the many Walkiria Operations are proofs of courage, love for country, heroism. because it is not exactly a story about Hitler but about movements against dictatorship in many other countries. it is one of films who gives color to a sketch. well made, precise, clear and smart, it is a good portrait of a period and useful remember for unknown heroes.


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