By late 1944, Nazi Germany was facing Allied armies to the west and six million Soviets to the east. Overhead, Allied planes were hitting Germany with near-constant city-leveling bombing raids. But at grim military briefings, generals found German dictator Adolf Hitler upbeat, optimistic – euphoric even. “I call it the Fuhrer-high; it makes you feel on…
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