Sex and the Swastika
The first episode explores the first three decades of Hitler's life, examining the spin, willpower and ruthlessness that drove an Austrian dropout to become the undisputed leader of the Nazi party
How did Hitler rise from right-wing crank to Germany's Messiah and Fuhrer by 1933? This episode explores his pioneering spin, speech-making skills and deadly ruthlessness - and his personal paranoia.
This episode looks inside Hitler's mind as he tightens his iron grip on Germany and turns his sights to conquest, becoming increasingly self-indulgent as his vision of himself as a heroic leader grows
This episode examines Hitler's transformation into the megalomaniac Nazi messiah responsible for the global carnage of World War II, as he invades Poland, France and Russia
As the tide of war turns against Hitler, he accelerates the holocaust and sacrifices millions of lives on the eastern front, while retreating into drug addiction in his palatial country home
The final episode explores Hitler's mental and physical decline as he was forced to confront inevitable defeat in the depths of his bunker in Berlin