Play Hitler's Island Megafortress

The Nazi’s grasp on a small corner of Britain, the Channel Islands, becomes an obsession for Hitler, as he turns them into one of the most heavily fortified places on the planet – his island megafortress.

Play Eagle's Nest

This is the story of Hitler’s mountain power house – home to a Nazi elite, it became a labyrinth of underground tunnels, bunkers and secret escape routes, crowned by the awe inspiring Eagle's Nest.

Play Hitler's Killer Subs

This is the story of the world’s first true submarine; speed, the ability to stay submerged for days and unrivaled fire power make the Type 21 U-boat Hitler’s ultimate deep sea destroyer.

Play Blitzkrieg

In the first years of World War Two, Hitler’s Germany crushes its enemies in a series of lightning offensives. A new word is coined to describe this incredible string of successes –‘Blitzkrieg’ or ‘Lightning War’. Extraordinary ruins scattered across Europe tell the story of a revolution in tactics and weapons which almost gives Hitler the chance to create his Thousand Year Reich.

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