Towards the end of World War II, the battles were being fought with massive casualties and destruction in the streets of Berlin. It was the spring of 1945 and every street was full of German and Russian troops fighting savagely. It was becoming increasingly clear that the Third Reich was about to fall. The Royal Air Force and Soviet bombers had launched over 350 air strikes on Berlin over the last 5 years, killing tens of thousands of civilians and demolishing countless buildings. Thousands of people were left homeless and every famous building in Berlin was left in shambles. Nothing marked the true end of the Third Reich, however, more than finding the bodies of Adolf Hitler, 56, and Eva Braun, 33, deep within a solid underground bunker on April 30th, 1945. Shortly after the two week Battle of Berlin, a 33 year old LIFE photographer, William Vandivert, visited the devastated landscape of Berlin documenting the ruins. He was able to photograph the very bunker that Hitler and Eva spent their final months before they committed suicide. It was the bunker in which they were married and the same bunker in which they died. These photos are incredibly creepy and reveal a part of history that truly draws at your emotions. Take a look inside Hitler's bunker below.