War Diaries Part 9

In the early stages of WWII Germany vehemently believed in their greatness. However, nothing lasts forever. Surely, heads of the German government would not even dare to imagine that just a few years later, on April 25, 1944, Adolf Eichmann would be forced to make the Allies a most unimaginable offer - to trade the lives of 1 million Hungarian Jews for 10,000 trucks, coffee, and tea. Germany was so exhausted by the war at that point, deprived of goods and manpower, that they resorted to insane desperation. Watch the latest episode of "War Diaries" and find out more!

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