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Rochus Misch dead: Last witness to Adolf Hitler's final hours dies aged 96

7 Sep 2013 09:14 He saw the bodies of his Fuhrer and his wife moments after their lives ended and made a career after the war in recounting life at his side

Last survivor: Hitler's bodyguard, Rochus Misch, has died at 96AFP

The last surviving witness of Hitler’s final hours in his Berlin bunker has died aged 96.
Rochus Misch was part of the Nazi inner circle for five years as the Fuhrer’s devoted bodyguard.

Misch, who was a staff sergeant in the SS, saw the bodies of Hitler and his new bride, Eva Braun, moments after they killed themselves on April 30, 1945.

The loyal henchman deeply admired his Fuhrer and continued to refer to him as “the Boss” in the decades after the Second World War.
In later life Misch told journalists: “He wasn’t a monster and he wasn’t superhuman.
“He stood across from me like a completely normal man with nice words. I only ever heard nice words from him.”
Misch died on Thursday in his home city of Berlin, reportedly after a short illness.
As the Nazis faced defeat, he had found himself living with Hitler and Braun in the cramped bunker in the grounds of the shattered Reich Chancellery.

Blood: War reporters examine sofa near where Hitler diedLife Magazine
Recalling the pandemonium in the underground refuge on the day of Hitler’s death, he said: “Suddenly I heard somebody shouting to Hitler’s attendant ‘Linge, Linge, I think it’s happened. I think it’s happened’. They’d heard a gunshot, but I hadn’t.
“At that moment Martin Bormann, Hitler’s private secretary, ordered everyone to be silent.
“Everyone began whispering. Then Bormann ordered Hitler’s door to be opened.
"I saw Hitler slumped with his head on the table. Eva Braun was lying on the sofa, with her head towards him. Her knees were drawn tightly up to her chest.
“She was wearing a dark blue dress with white frills on it and I will never forget it.
“I watched as they wrapped Hitler up. His legs were sticking out as they carried him past me. Someone shouted to me, ‘Hurry upstairs, they’re burning the boss’.
“I decided not to go because I had noticed that Heinrich Muller from the Gestapo was there – and he was never usually around.
"I said to my comrade Hentschel, the mechanic, ‘Maybe we will be killed for being the last witnesses’.”

Hitler's bodyguard: Rochus Misch behind a picture of himself during the warAFP

He said he then saw the wife of Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels prepare to kill the couple’s six children.

Misch said: “She couldn’t have done that above ground. That’s why she came downstairs – because no one else was allowed in the bunker.
“She came down on purpose to kill them. The children were right next to me and behind me.
“We all knew what was going to happen. It was clear.
“I saw Hitler’s doctor, Dr Stumpfegger, give the children something to drink. Some kind of sugary drink. Then Stumpfegger went and helped to kill them.
“An hour or two later, Mrs Goebbels came out crying. She then sat down at a table and began playing patience.”
Misch fled the bunker two days later.
He was captured by the Russians and taken to Moscow, where he was questioned and tortured.
After eight years in Soviet prisoner of war camps he returned to his family in Berlin in 1953 and decided to stay.
He took over a painting business, as well as making a career recounting his life at Hitler’s side.

Bunker memories: Rochus Misch pictured in 2005AFP

Misch was born in 1917 in Upper Silesia, which is now in Poland but was then part of the German empire.

He was orphaned at the age of three after his dad died in the Great War and his mum was killed by pneumonia.
Misch joined the elite SS Leibstandarte aged 20 and won the Iron Cross (Second Class) for his role in the 1939 invasion of Poland, in which he nearly died when he was shot in the chest.
His bravery led to him being suggested as one of Hitler’s bodyguards.
Misch said: “I was put in a car and taken to the Reich Chancellery in Berlin. The address: Wilhelmstrasse 77, the residence of the Fuhrer.
“It was an address everyone knew. I was led in by his chief adjutant and he was standing behind the door as it opened. I went ice cold. I could barely move.”
Hitler hired him on the spot, giving him a letter to deliver to his younger sister, Paula, in Vienna.

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The bodyguard, who was also the crazed dictator’s telephone operator, added: “When I married in 1942 my wife Gerda and I received a case of champagne.
“He was capable of great kindness.
“It was hard for me to grasp that I had gone from the front line into the inner circle of the Fuhrer.”
Misch and Gerda, who were reunited after his time as a PoW, had one child, a daughter called Brigitta. Gerda died in 1997.
Seemingly, Misch always remained loyal to Hitler and never admitted hearing his evil master talking about the destruction of the Jews.
He recalled: “He was so nice, so friendly. The Boss was good to me.
"I can never imagine him as a mass murderer."

Rochus Misch dead: Last witness to Adolf Hitler's final hours dies aged 96 - Mirror Online

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