'Men may still search for a man that they believe might be dead, but no one will look for a man that they know to be dead.'
Polish astrologer's prediction to Heinrich Himmler in 1943 that formed the basis of Himmler's escape plans
'The simple fact is, Erich, that I am a virgin. I wish to be 'broken in'
before I go to Lebensborn and I am asking for your help in this.'
Lotte Durner to Obersturmführer Erich Koch, January 1944
'The Jewish doctors stood outside in the fading daylight, trying to ease the tension in their bodies. They were lost in their own
thoughts of their pasts and what they dared to hope for the future.'
Auschwitz, Poland, November 1944 - awaiting SS Dr Mengele
'We tried short tugs on the ropes. Still nothing happened. If we couldn't move the Seehund our entire getaway plans were finished.'
Heinrich Himmler, Koch and Humbert experience difficulties at a secluded spot on the river Emms, Germany in late 1945
'What they desperately needed was a piece of luck.'
Nazi hunters Benny and Schlomo consider the great number of Polish refugees in Britain during 1948