The memoirs of one of Adolf Hitler’s closest aides could shed new light on the Nazi leader’s personal involvement in the Holocaust, media reports say.

Fritz Darges, who has died aged 96, was a member of Hitler’s inner circle for four years of the war.

As Hitler’s last SS adjutant, he was present for all major conferences, the UK’s Daily Telegraph reported.

Historians believe his manuscript could provide key evidence that Hitler ordered the deaths of six million Jews.

If so, it would debunk claims by revisionist historians that the Nazi dictator knew nothing of the Holocaust, the newspaper reported.

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