The Death of Himmler

In April 1945, Himmler began secret negotiations to end the war with himself as leader of Germany – find out the full story of Himmler’s betrayal of Hitler.

In this second episode, we follow Himmler as he goes on the run, heading south through the British occupation zone until his capture and identification by British forces.

In this episode, Himmler dies at 31a Uelzener Strasse, Luneburg. What really happened and what are some of the theories concerning his strange demise in British custody?

In this series’ concluding episode, we investigate what happened to Himmler’s remains and go on the hunt to discover his missing brain, which may still exist!

In this episode we examine Himmler’s complex love life, and the US capture of his secret love nest outside Berchtesgaden and the fates of his wife, mistress and their children.

What’s the link between Himmler’s decision to go south, a mountain hideout and a secret gold bullion stash? All will be revealed…

Mark Felton Productions

SS-Obersturmbannführer Franz Josef Huber, SS-Oberführer Arthur NebeReichsführer SS Heinrich Himmler, SS-Gruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich und SS-Oberführer Heinrich Müller, November 1939 (Wikipedia).


The Strange Death of Heinrich Himmler

Heinrich Himmler – WW1 Soldier?

Himmler’s Uniform

SS-1 – Himmler’s Car

Himmler’s Mini-Wolf’s Lair – SS Hochwald

Himmler the Peacemaker – The Reichsführer’s Plot Against Hitler

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  1. milissa61 · February 3

    The end of the war is very confusing, will we ever know the truth?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Viking Life Blog · February 3

      Good point. I am happy, that some people try to bring the truth. David Irving has done a lot, for example.

      Liked by 2 people

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