Bunkers were developed during the 19th century as a kind of fortress often separated from main strongpoints. They were built where the main offensive was expected, but due to high cost or natural conditions made building the whole fortress impossible. They could be used as defense strongpoints, but also can protect the headquarters from air or artillery attacks.
Traudl Junge, one of the secretaries, recalls the events that took place in Hitler’s bunker in last weeks of World War 2.
Based on true events surrounding the last German offensive during World War 2.
Small unit of American infantry is left to defend the part of Siegfried Line against German division.
During World War 2 German soldiers are trapped in the lone bunker in the middle of Normandy, but soon they realize they are not alone here.