The Hoover Institution has just release five reels of recently restored color films taken by lieutenant colonel William P. Miller from 1943 to 1945. They provide a rare and disturbingly real glimpse into the era, including shots of the battle-scarred cities at the center of the conflict.
The films, which were made possible by a grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation, include shots taken in North Africa, Germany, and Austria.
This particular reel features Hitler's burned and bombed mountain-side home in the Bavarian Alps, the Berghof (shown around the 16:00+ mark).
Here's Hitler at the Berghof before the Allies bombed the shit out of it (not part of the Miller archive):
Originally shot on silent 16mm Kodachrome film, the films were preserved by the Film Technology Company in Hollywood.