In 1919, a corporal in the German Army was sent home after the end of World War One. He found his country in economic and social ruins, its heritage and pride irreparably damaged by the Western allies of France, Britain, and the United States. It was a time ripe for change. And Adolf Hitler vowed not only to restore his country to its rightful glory, but to someday, personally, exact excruciating revenge upon its enemies. First in politics, and then with his unbeatable Wehrmacht, Hitler and the Nazis would not only achieve this goal, but come close to taking over the entire world. They left behind a wake of terror and destruction still felt to this day, and left an indelible mark on modern history as one of the most evil regimes of modern times. From the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 to the hanging docks at Nuremburg in 1947, this uncompromising documentary follows Adolf Hitler’s cunning and ruthless quest to take over Germany, his brainwashing of Germany’s young people, his insane dreams of Jewish genocide, his creation of one of the world’s most feared military forces, and his pursuit of global domination. Including interviews by eye-witnesses of the takeover of France, the invasion at Normandy, the death camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the military failure at Stalingrad, and the fall of Berlin, Hitler & The Nazis is the true story of the rise and fall of a hate-fueled and manipulative madman, and those who faithfully followed him.