Everyone knows the public archive footage of Hitler. But most of it is silent. What was he saying? What did he sound like when he was having a conversation rather than shouting his beliefs to his followers? Special computer technology enables US for the first time to lip-read the silent film. Using a unique sound recording of Hitler never previously broadcast we can put his words into his mouth. The result will add texture and depth to our understanding of a man about whom millions of words have been written-but whom we have never heard just talking. Footage includes film shot by Eva Braun sequences filmed by Nazi cameramen and a secret sound recording made in 1942 by radio engineer Thor Damen.