Skip To Content

    Discovered Diary Of Hitler's Confidant Offers Host Of Depressing New Insights

    A 400-page, detail-filled diary was discovered on Monday that once belonging to a close confidant of Hitler's named Alfred Rosenberg. The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington is still analyzing the information but it's already revealed new details on Nazi meetings and plans. Rosenberg was convicted and hanged at the Nuremberg trials in 1946.

    Follow NowThis News on Facebook and Twitter.

    The NowThis News app is live -- and it's FREE! Download it.