April 30th 1945. Berlin is destroyed and surrounded by russian troups, hungry for victory, revenge and german blood. Within only a few days, a young woman witnessed her husband being shot and her neighbour hanging himself, before being raped by russian soldiers and kidnapped by two high ranked german military men. In an underground bunker, Adolf Hitler and his entourage realize that the end is near. Hitler is determined never to let himself being captured by the russians and commits suicide, together with his wife Eva Braun.
January 23th 1965. Two young aircraft mechanics steal a Lockheed Neptune from the dutch naval airbase of Valkenburg. Although they lack flying experience, they manage to get the plane airborne. Only a few minutes later though, they crash it in the North Sea. No one understands what made these fine young men do such a thing, since they must have known that there was no chance whatsoever that they could ever land the plane safely or survive this deed.
2018. A somewhat eccentric man moves into a manor in the dunes. He spends his days hiking at the beach and in the dunes, leaving the villagers wondering how he can afford his costy house and what he does for a living. During one of his strolls, the man meets a woman from the village. They get acquainted and the woman shows him a photograph her father once found at the beach decades ago. The picture appears insignificant, until the man discovers the mind blowing truth behind it.
Three different events in three different eras soon appear to be connected in a peculiar way. A man who learned to even mistrust facts is to disclose facts that are too shocking to be trusted. He decides to chase them anyway and soon finds out that someone is not amused by his curiousity, causing a sequence of terrible events.
Hitler’s Son is a historical fact-fiction thriller, set on the aftermath of World War II. Freedom is reclaimed and the nazis seem to be defeated, but are they really? The line between facs and assumption appears thinner than ever.