Post-War Germany is a physical and moral ruin, and Allied interrogators must construct a narrative that explains the Third Reich. Julius Streicher, notorious anti-Semite, tries to rationalize his role in the Final Solution. Hitler Youth members Melita Maschmann and Armin Lehman recall the Night of Broken Glass. General Johannes Blaskowitz pays the ultimate price for challenging Hitler and Nazi brutality. Franz Stangel insists that it was not up to him to question the Nazis' euthanasia program against German citizens. Wilhelm Keitel tries and fails to persuade his interrogators that he was an honorable soldier. Lieutenant Colonel Phillipp Von Boeslager recalls the tenacity of Red Army soldiers and August Hafner recalls the psychological torment he and others endured while enforcing the Nazi agenda. Rudolf Hoess solves the managerial problem of industrialized killing at Auschwitz, and Franz Stangl runs a ruthlessly efficient mass extermination program at Treblinka.